Mum shares tip to rid kettles of thick limescale without scrubbing – and it only cost £1

THERE’S nothing better than a cup of tea in the morning, but it can leave a sour taste in your mouth if your kettle is full of limescale. 

One mum was faced with a mammoth cleaning task after peering inside her kettle, and seeing thick, yellow limescale coating the inside. 

Rather than spend hours scrubbing it, she picked up a £1 product from Wilko’s which left the appliance looking as good as new. 

The mum didn’t have to lift a finger to get rid of the build-up, which was gone in a few minutes. 

She shared her tip to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, alongside photos of her kettle.

She raved about the descaler sachet, writing: “Wilko’s descaler produced amazing results!! 

“Had to do two applications though and left it a little longer than the recommended 10 mins.” 

Dozens of people liked her post, as they also hailed the product for working wonders on their own kettles – agreeing leaving it for longer yielded better results.

One person said: “I love this product, use all the time.”

  • Kettle Descaler, Wilko, £1 – buy now

Another commented: “I use this stuff all the time, it’s brill. I always leave it longer and do extra boils to make sure it’s all gone.”

A third wrote: “I use this I leave it in for an hour works wonders.” 

Someone else reckoned: “I have used too. It brilliant. Zero effort from us. Just follow instructions and sit back!” 

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Meanwhile this mum claims baby oil is the secret to getting your sink sparkling in seconds.

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