Domestos Zero Limescale Lime Toilet Cleaner eliminates 99.9% of germs* limescale remover 750 ml

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Domestos Zero Limescale Lime Toilet Cleaner eliminates 99.9% of germs* limescale remover 750 ml

Domestos Zero Limescale Lime Toilet Cleaner eliminates 99.9% of germs* limescale remover 750 ml

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Domestos toilet gels have the iconic Domestos bottle design that easily reaches under the rim, so you can remove stains and limescale from toilet bowls even at tough angles. Our toilet gel has a battle-ready bottle with a multi-jet nozzle to give you full coverage in the bowl and get into even the hardest to reach places. There could be many reasons for unpleasant toilet odours but there are usually three main culprits: Limescale is made of calcium carbonate and is usually worse if you live in a hard water area. Around 16 million people in the UK do, so find out if you’re one of them with this handy map. Now, a toilet brush can sometimes be enough to get rid of stains, but most of the time, you’ll need a scrubbing pad as well. Limescale on loos can be tough to clean, but Harpic Power Plus can effortlessly remove limescale, hard watermarks, stubborn stains, rust and strong odours as well as 99.9% of germs.

If lemon juice or vinegar don't work, you can use bicarbonate of soda and white vinegar. Combine two parts bicarbonate of soda with one part white vinegar - this should create a paste, which you then can apply to the surfaces and leave to sit for 15 minutes. Then scrub off the limescale residue. Washing machines and dishwashers For appliances like washing machines and kettles, you can’t go wrong with Oust Powerful All-Purpose Descaler. How we chose our recommendationsMost professional cleaners say that letting the cleaning solution soak into the stains offers the best results when cleaning a toilet or anything else around the home. So, if you really don’t want to use bleach in your loo, leaving a non-bleach alternative to soak in will offer good results as well. The limescale disappears before your eyes to leave your kettle bright and shiny. It will also stop the limescale scum you get when you pour tea or coffee, meaning you’ll get a more delicious drink every time. Some users recommend using Harpic Power Plus with a pumice stone to gently remove a big build-up of limescale, but once it’s under control just use Harpic every day to stop the limescale from returning. Pros Don’t forget your rubber gloves for this step. Once the toilet cleaner has been left to soak, and before you flush the toilet, it is time to scrub it.

Not all cleaners are created equal in the fight against limescale. In a hard water area, limescale starts to build up immediately.” Harpic claims to be 10x stronger than bleach, at least, its Power Plus range of toilet cleaning products do. But is it? You get total control with this limescale remover as you can choose whether to use it undiluted or diluted, depending on how much limescale you have. But be warned, it’s powerful stuff, so be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully. The surface affected by limescale will determine how and what you clean it with. For example, you wouldn’t want to use a strong chemical-based limescale remover in your kettle in case you can't get rid of the chemical smell and taste. Thankfully, specially designed products like the Oust Descaler (recommended above) are at hand to clean your small household appliances. Give the stained areas a really good scrub. You’ll likely see the water colour change during this step; this shows the scrubbing is working.We then assessed and compared these recommendations against those given by hundreds of Mumsnetters who’ve tried and tested these products in their own homes. Whether you need an all-rounder limescale remover for your bathroom and kitchen, or a powerful formula that will finally give you the stain-free toilet that you deserve, we’ve got something for you here. Domestos toilet gel cleaners get tough with limescale and germs to help give you a brilliantly clean, fresh-smelling toilet – and also kill 99.9% of all germs, dead, even between flushes. Yeah, [The] Pink [Stuff] Paste is the key. It'll bring anything up like new!” (Tried and tested by Mumsnet user DonLewis) No matter how much you’ve scrubbed your bathroom, it can seem impossible to remove limescale on glass, but you just need the right products. Sometimes, these products might already be in your home.What you’ll need: If the limescale is still there, you can either use the rougher side of the pad or use bicarbonate of soda to do the work for you. Bicarb is a natural abrasive, which means when you apply it to your glass with a damp cloth and wipe it away with a dry one, it should remove any remaining limescale stains.

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