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ECOZONE Kettle & Iron Descaler now 91p free click and collect at Currys
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ECOZONE Kettle & Iron Descaler now 91p free click and collect at Currys

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Posted 9th Feb

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With the Ecozone Kettle & Iron Descaler you can get rid of limescale effortlessly.

This excellent two-in-one Kettle & Iron Descaler is specially formulated to do away with the grime and limescale that builds up from everyday use in your appliances.

The sachets are easy to use and will fight through the grunge with ease, leaving your kettle and iron in pristine condition without using any toxic chemicals.

Ecozone's Kettle & Iron Descaler has been approved by BUAV, the Vegan Society and also Allergy UK.
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Mr_Gus09/02/2020 09:48

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You can't be serious... Want homeboy to tell you why a circa 67% saving is a deal?

Voted hot to counter this nonsense. You keep doing you OP.

Thanks.
It's just Citric acid, cheaper to buy from home brew supplies in Wilko or on Amazon. This is 20 grammes per sachet x 3 sachets as opposed to wilko.com/en-uk/wilko-original-citric-acid-250g/p/0332009 250 grammes for £1.75
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 9th Feb
This would be a reasonable deal, except that I can't find any available.

Citric acid crystals work very well for descaling and are freely available very cheaply. Citric acid is the acid in lemon juice, so it's 'natural'. I'd rather use that than Ecozone something-or-other, where Currys don't bother to tell you what's in it. (Under specification it says "Colour White Material Powder"!)
dark_shadow09/02/2020 10:28

You can't be serious... Want homeboy to tell you why a circa 67% saving is …You can't be serious... Want homeboy to tell you why a circa 67% saving is a deal?Voted hot to counter this nonsense. You keep doing you OP.Thanks.


Thanks
Mr_Gus09/02/2020 09:48

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Thank you for your comment it has been copied and pasted to my memory bank. 🤖
Mr_Gus09/02/2020 09:50

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Isn't that rather like teaching a granny to suck eggs?
gazdoubleu09/02/2020 10:45

It's just Citric acid, cheaper to buy from home brew supplies in Wilko or …It's just Citric acid, cheaper to buy from home brew supplies in Wilko or on Amazon. This is 20 grammes per sachet x 3 sachets as opposed to wilko.com/en-uk/wilko-original-citric-acid-250g/p/0332009 250 grammes for £1.75


Even white vinegar, or white wine vinegar will do the trick.
+1 for citric acid and very cheap on ebay
Been using it for years on kettles washing machine taps ect (works best if its in boiling water)
Just put some in your kettle after its boiled and its clean THEN use that water to pour through your water jug filter 4-5 times shake each time and repeat and you can get at least 2+ times the use from the filters, rinse filter with clean water 4-5 times. Best i have had is 4 times before they just will not clean anymore weird a? then use the hot citric acid water to clean taps and so on
Remember always rinse after using citric acid
Edited by: "q44q" 9th Feb
dealdelver09/02/2020 13:15

Even white vinegar, or white wine vinegar will do the trick.


In your iron?? You're shirts are gonna smell like a bag of chips!
gazdoubleu09/02/2020 18:09

In your iron?? You're shirts are gonna smell like a bag of chips!



You don't leave it there, even if you don't rinse, it disappears. I've used it as conditioner in the tumble dryer, and for hair (apple cider vinegar), it doesn't linger at all.
In a kettle, I'd definitely ensure rinsing, and boiling with fresh water a couple of times.
dealdelver09/02/2020 19:05

You don't leave it there, even if you don't rinse, it disappears. I've …You don't leave it there, even if you don't rinse, it disappears. I've used it as conditioner in the tumble dryer, and for hair (apple cider vinegar), it doesn't linger at all.


Yeah, I remember when they were telling us acid rain was bad for our hair even though it's slightly only acidic. Now all the Bloggers and Vloggers are saying use Apple Cider Vinegar!!

I'll stick to de-scaling appliances with citric acid or even just half a lemon in a kettle. I did use white vinegar once to de-scale a dishwasher because I thought scale might be affecting temperature regulation. It didn't half stink.
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 9th Feb
3 In stock at Teesside park
Edited by: "buster1990" 9th Feb
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