Kitchen. The kettle has become a must, but how do you take care of it?

But whatever its shape, the kettle never resists the power of tartar for long! These little white spots that come out on the inner walls of your device that, once installed, impair its proper functioning. But don’t panic, we have the solution in order to get rid of this limescale, clean your kettle in depth and increase its lifespan.

Clean the outside of the kettle

Clean the outside with a soft sponge. If necessary, soak the cloth in a little warm water or add a few drops of white vinegar to remove greasy traces of gold encrusted. Be careful, however, never to scratch or recover on the surface.

In order to polish your stainless steel or glass bouilloire, use a microfiber cloth to keep it dry and shine on the surface. L’inox can be polished and passed through a small drop of oil, applied with a paper journal for a better result.


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Descaling

In order to descale a kettle or coffee maker, it is possible to use a special descaling product for the kettle or coffee maker. These ready-made mixtures are in the form of powder or liquid, they are composed of citric acid, lactic acid or phosphoric acid.

If you want to clean your kettle with less chemicals, it is possible to use natural descalers, such as baking soda, lemon juice or white vinegar.

Citric acid and acetic acid, which include lemon juice and white vinegar, respectively, have the same anti-scaling properties as commercially available blends.

To do this, plan for a liter of water, two teaspoons of baking soda, 33 cl of white vinegar or lemon juice. Bring the mixture to a boil in your boiler and let it sit for a few minutes. Bathroom by bathroom, we abounded with the device to avoid the tastes of parasites and the tour is played!

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