How To Remove Limescale From Taps

Water naturally contains limestone, which depending on the region, is present in greater or lesser quantity. Sooner or later, the taps end up coating a layer of limestone which is not harmful to health, but nevertheless degrades the pipes. This is why it should be removed regularly, for more comfort and daily cleanliness.

To get rid of limestone on your faucet, we offer two (2) methods depending on the type of limestone

For small, less stubborn limestone Here is how to proceed:

1. Pour white vinegar on a sponge;

2. Rub vigorously with the sponge where there is lime on the faucet.

The result fairly quickly and flawlessly.

For places where limestone is more tenacious and very encrusted

Here’s how to do it:

1. Take some paper towel type paper towel and pour a little white vinegar into it;

2. Place the wet paper towel where there is lime. (When the paper is wet, it holds more easily);

3. Pour white vinegar over the paper towel again to make it feel good;

4. Then let stand for at least 1 hour.

We must give the white vinegar time to work. Then, lift the paper towel to see if the lime has disappeared. If not, leave the paper soaked overnight. If there is still some lime in the corners of the faucet, use a brush soaked in white vinegar and then brush the faucet.

And there you have it, you now know how to remove limescale from your tap with a simple trick.

Give it a try and let us know in the comments how it worked for you.