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 PROCEDURE FOR SCALE CLEANING for HOUSE HOLD :: --
1. Combine one part water and one part with RXSOL-15-1052-5 . Place the mixture in the pot, kettle or coffeemaker (where you normally put water).

2. Bring the diluted RXSOL-15-1052-5 solution to a boil in pots and kettles. Turn the stove off once the mixture comes to a boil. Allow the mixture to cool in the pot or kettle overnight.

3. Empty the RXSOL-15-1052-5 solution from the pots the following day. Scrub away any remaining lime scale using a mildly abrasive cleaning pad.

4. Run a cycle on coffeemakers so that the RXSOL-15-1052-5 solution works through all parts of the machine, then run clear water through the machine two or three times to flush out any RXSOL-15-1052-5 residue.

TYPICAL METHOD :--   HOW TO CLEAN KETTLE SCALE ?

That unsightly white, chalky substance in your kettle is called lime scale. It is a result of built-up calcium deposits that occur when water with high calcium levels evaporates, like when you boil water in your kettle. Although lime scale is not harmful, if you don't wash it out, it can build up and eventually clog your kettle's spout.

PROCEDURE :

1> Fill the kettle with a half cup of  RXSOL HA 1008.

2> Add two cups of water.

3> Heat the kettle until the liquid boils. Let it boil for a few minutes.

4> Empty the kettle.

5> Rinse the kettle with fresh water. Repeat Steps 1 through 4 if any lime scale remains on the kettle.

6> Wash the kettle before you use it.

Here is  some economical  way to descale your kettle :-

A kettle that is full of lime-scale not only looks terrible, but takes longer to boil and wastes electricity. This easy to follow the instruction it will show you how to Descale your kettle to achieve optimum and economical performance.

Step 1: You will need:

Step 2: Why bother

A kettle that is full of lime-scale not only looks terrible, but takes longer to boil and wastes electricity, because the scale prevents the element conducting heat well. Eventually the element can burn out if it is not de-scaled, so you'd have to throw it out and get a new kettle.

Step 3: What to use

You can use white vinegar or citric acid, which ever you have available to you.

Step 4: What about de-scalers?

There are commercial de-scalers available, but make sure that they are specifically approved for use on kettles and are not metal de-scalers. If you choose to use them, do follow the manufacturer's instructions.

Step 5: Make up the mixture

If you are using vinegar, dilute it with water in a 50:50 ratio. If you are using citric acid, mix 30g with 500ml of water.

Step 6: Using vinegar to de-scale

Vinegar should be left in the kettle for 1 hour, without boiling.

Step 7: Using lemon juice to de-scale

Pour the lemon juice in to the kettle and boil. Leave the kettle to cool before emptying it.

Step 8: Using lemons to descale

If your kettle only needs mild de-scaling, you can try quartering a lemon, filling the kettle with water and putting in the lemon. Boil the kettle once or twice, and leave to soak until the water has cooled.

Step 9: Wipe down

If there is any limescale left in the kettle, you can wipe it down with a small amount of bicarbonate of soda on a damp cloth. Let the element cool down, and unplug the kettle before you do this.

Step 10: Rinse

Fully rinse the kettle with fresh water at least 5 times before using again.