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Oust Powerful All Purpose Descaler, Limescale Remover – 3 Sachets £1.66 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon
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Oust Powerful All Purpose Descaler, Limescale Remover – 3 Sachets £1.66 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon

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Posted 24th Dec 2019

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  • Oust - Designed to restore good-as-new shine and performance to your household appliances. Great results in just 10 minutes!
  • All purpose - Specially formulated to work quickly and easily to restore small household appliances
  • Formula - The powerful limescale formulation removes up to 100% limescale from small household appliances
  • Limescale - Has a negative effect on small appliances, resulting in expensive maintenance, repair and reducing efficiency, increasing the amount of energy they need
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Wilko own brand 80p same thing
Same price in all supermarkets, and regularly on offer at £1.
Normal price!
Always £1 at Home Bargains. Not a deal at all!
SomebodE24/12/2019 12:12

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Vinegar is not always the best solution. Especially on bean-2-cup coffee machines, Tassimo etc., as it damages compressor rubber parts. Good on kettles or washing mashines.
Rimi24/12/2019 12:16

Vinegar is not always the best solution. Especially on bean-2-cup coffee …Vinegar is not always the best solution. Especially on bean-2-cup coffee machines, Tassimo etc., as it damages compressor rubber parts. Good on kettles or washing mashines.


In fairness, I wouldn’t use Oust in those machines either.
SomebodE24/12/2019 12:22

In fairness, I wouldn’t use Oust in those machines either.



Well, I have Saeco Cafe Roma bean2cup machine for 4 years now and only using Oust. Still all good and I am heavy coffee drinker. But had damaged same one before when using vinegar for descaling for some 10 months. Saeco replaced it, but warned no to use vinegar for descaling(I have never told them I have used vinegar, as would had to pay £179 for repairs)
Rimi24/12/2019 12:32

Well, I have Saeco Cafe Roma bean2cup machine for 4 years now and only …Well, I have Saeco Cafe Roma bean2cup machine for 4 years now and only using Oust. Still all good and I am heavy coffee drinker. But had damaged same one before when using vinegar for descaling for some 10 months. Saeco replaced it, but warned no to use vinegar for descaling(I have never told them I have used vinegar, as would had to pay £179 for repairs)


I’m not familiar with you machine but I would not use oust in my old Delonghi or my replacement Miele bean to cup machines.

Specialist cleaners that don’t interfere with the taste or seals are not expensive (i know price is always subjective) so it see it as insurance against premature wear.

The Miele machine was over a grand and had over a year’s supply of cleaners included. I live in a very hard water area (London) and so I descale my kettle every 4-6 weeks.

It costs me £16 very 2 years in their dedicated cleaners and in 12 months, I make roughly 900 coffee drinks. Again, whether that makes me a heavy coffee drinker is subjective.

As I said before, I would never use Oust in my bean to cup but I would use white vinegar instead of Oust for my kettle.
Edited by: "SomebodE" 24th Dec 2019
SomebodE24/12/2019 14:02

I’m not familiar with you machine but I would not use oust in my old D …I’m not familiar with you machine but I would not use oust in my old Delonghi or my replacement Miele bean to cup machines.Specialist cleaners that don’t interfere with the taste or seals are not expensive (i know price is always subjective) so it see it as insurance against premature wear. The Miele machine was over a grand and had over a year’s supply of cleaners included. I live in a very hard water area (London) and so I descale my kettle every 4-6 weeks. It costs me £16 very 2 years in their dedicated cleaners and in 12 months, I make roughly 900 coffee drinks. Again, whether that makes me a heavy coffee drinker is subjective. As I said before, I would never use Oust in my bean to cup but I would use white vinegar instead of Oust for my kettle.

The ingredient in oust sachets is lactic acid, just what is recommended for my bean to cup!
Edited by: "compadre" 12th Jan
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