Mrs Hinch fan finds clever chemical-free hack for removing limescale from a kettle
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As 2021 looms, why not take the time to organise parts of you home that you may have neglected.
2020 has been a horrible year by most accounts, and since we won't be partying our way into the new year, why not begin it with a fresh slate?
And how better than cleaning your home… all of it! One area that is often neglected is the inside of the kettle.
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However, you’ll be pleased to know that fans of cleaning star and social media sensation Mrs Hinch, AKA Sophie Hinhcliffe, have been active on the Facebook group Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips and helped one user with an amazing hack on how to clean her kettle.
A woman posted a picture of her limescale-ridden kettle asking the other members: “How can I get rid of this in my kettle please? It’s only about 4/5 months old this kettle but I keep getting a big build up of this…”
The online community were quick to her rescue sharing a myriad of solutions, but one of the most popular suggestions was to use lemon juice. One user wrote: “I use lemon juice every two days to clean mine as I have the same problem”.
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While another added: “I had this exact problem! Just pour some lemon juice in (I use the fake lemon juice in the bottle) pour water in to cover the limescale and boil. Will come straight off, works every time and no chemical”.
The delighted user the next day posted before and after images of the kettle, alongside the caption: “Lemon juice, leave for 1 hour, add small amount of water boil and all the limescale starts to go!!”
She then posted a picture of her kettle completely limescale free, and wrote beneath it: “Look at that for a difference… like a new kettle”.
Many others were thrilled with the results, with the post garnering many likes and comments. We might just give it a try…
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