Limescale particles can affect the taste of a hot beverage and shorten the lifespan of a kettle.
The inside and outside of a kettle should be cleaned regularly.
The appliance should be unplugged from the mains and left to cool down before cleaning.
Hooda said to use a damp cloth with soapy water to clean your kettle.
Dry the appliance with a soft towel after cleaning the exterior. It is important to remove any limescale build up from the inside of the kettle as this will impact the taste of your drink.
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If you want to extend the lifespan of your appliance, descaling your kettle frequently is a good idea.
After cleaning the exterior of the kettle, plug it back into the mains and fill it with water.
The kettle should be filled with white vinegar or citric acid. Bring the mixture to a boil.
Leave the solution in the kettle for an hour after boiling it. When the hour is over, wash the kettle thoroughly.
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The expert told Britons to repeat the process until all of the limescale has been removed.
It may take longer to clean your appliance due to the fact that the water in your area is hard.
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White vinegar can be purchased from a number of retailers for as little as $1.
It's great for breaking down the calcium carbonate in limescale.
Lemon juice and bicyle acid can be used in the same manner.