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*Do not use Soda Crystals on plated taps and fittings.
You can make up a great scouring powder by mixing equal quantities of salt, Bicarbonate of Soda and Borax Substitute. Sprinkle the mixture on a damp sponge or soft cloth and start cleaning. This gentle abrasive can even be used on plastic surfaces without scratching. Then rinse thoroughly.
White Vinegar is effective at removing limescale and soap scum from *baths, sinks, tiles and shower screens. Leave it to soak on stubborn stains, and rinse clean.
*White Vinegar should not be applied to metal plated surfaces.
*Please note that any polish on wood or vinyl floors may be removed by using Soda Crystals.
To get to hard to reach areas, spray an old toothbrush with White Vinegar and scrub the affected sections.
Simply pour it on to the surface and use a sponge or cloth and wipe down. Rinse to remove any residue. [/su_tab]
White Vinegar will clear limescale from the lavatory bowl. Just add it to the bowl and leave it overnight before flushing away. If you find your toilet is severely stained with brown mineral stains that won’t come off even with bleach, then you will need an acid to shift them. Dissolve a whole 250g packet of Citric Acid in half a bucket of hot water. Then carefully pour the solution into the toilet and leave overnight, to dissolve away the deposits. Scrub with a toilet brush to remove any remaining deposits.