Oust descaler all purpose for kettles, irons and coffee machines 38p @ Tesco instore
304°Expired

Oust descaler all purpose for kettles, irons and coffee machines 38p @ Tesco instore

14
Found 15th JunMade hot 15th Jun
OUST KETTLE DESCALER DROP-IN-BAG for kettles, irons and coffee machines

Superfast result in just 10 minutes
Just drop the bag into your kettle
Please ensure that the warning instructions are read and complied with!

Got to be worth it and 38p in Tesco might not be national but nothing to say its not!

Excellent stuff you boil water add this and all the limescale comes off!

14 Comments

Original Poster

How to add receipt

Drop the bag into the kettle? Isn't it a liquid?

dabbit

Drop the bag into the kettle? Isn't it a liquid?



No these are pouches.

Good deal will check out my local Tesco.

Just been to tesco, it's £1!?

Err how would you add a pouch to your iron? oO

its cheaper and environmentally friendly to just use the cheapest vinegar possible. For example add roughly 200ml of vinegar to your kettle . leave it in neat for a bit and then add water till you reach the maximum level in your kettle. leave for an hour and then boil the kettle. Tip contents out and fill with fresh cold water. Boil again. tip out. Repeat process with clean water twice more and tip out. Voila a squeaky clean kettle

Food grade Citric acid. less than a fiver for a Kg on Amazon amazing​ stuff

This stuff does work really well and is incredibly easy to use!

spitfire51

Food grade Citric acid. less than a fiver for a Kg on Amazon amazing​ s … Food grade Citric acid. less than a fiver for a Kg on Amazon amazing​ stuff



I concur! This is what I use, it is brilliant and just as easy as using the sachets of liquid oust. I would also assume it's less harsh smelling/tasting than vinegar.

Or instead of vinegar or citric acid, just stick some lemon juice in your kettle (I know lemon juice is itself a citric acid ), leave it for 5 minutes or heat it up to get it working really quickly.

Can these be use to descale tassimo machine? It says suitable for item made with stainless steel material only.

Good price. Thunk I'll get a few to use later on as I nornally use vinegar but this stuff does work

Thanks OP, use this every weekend.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text