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Do you have any tips on how to remove limescale from household items? Do you use certain products or make your own cleaners?

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The acidity in lemons are really good for removing limescale. If you stick them on the nozzle of a tap, it helps get to the hard to reach places. For the shower, we use a preventative spray cleaner to stop the limescale building up in the first place, while with the kettle, a gust of boiling water can start the removal process.
We use Enjo at home most of the time. It's just the cloth and water, but it seems to do the trick. They were really popular for a while here in Australia, but you don't hear about them so much any more.
With a mix of vinegar and lemon juice.
Vinegar, and sugar scrub can be useful also.
A liquid product, purchaseable at supermarket, in a grey plastic bottle, called 'CLR'.
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