In most cases, you will only be using a tea kettle to boil water for making tea (or other hot beverages). However, even if you only boil water on your tea kettle, there is still a chance that lime deposits will accumulate on the inner surface. This happens in both stove-top kettles and electric tea kettles. While it is not dangerous to drink water that is boiled in a kettle with lime scale deposits in it, it is rather unappealing. It also has the unfortunate side-effect of making your kettle less efficient, as it has to work harder to heat up the water. Using this product will solve both of these problems.
•A simple method for removing the chalky off-white scale from the element of your kettle.
•Non-toxic, biodegradable and safe powder.
•For fast and effective cleaning of water kettles and heating elements.
Step 1. Put 1500ml of water and 1 bag of powder (15g) into the kettle. Bring to a boil and let it sit for 30 minutes.
Step 2. Dump the mixture of remover and water. Check to see if all of the lime-scale has been removed.
Step 3. If all the lime-scale is gone, put about 1 cup of water into the kettle with either a tablespoon of baking soda or a small amount of lemon
juice and bring to a boil. This will remove the odor and taste of the remover.
Step 4. If there is still some lime-scale on the element, repeat steps 1 and 2 over again.