How can I remove the unsightly ring of lime that forms around the taps? | April 2, 2024


Have you ever noticed those unpleasant lime rings that form around your faucets at home? They are due to the accumulation of minerals in the water. Over time, these deposits can dull the surface of your faucets.

Fortunately, you can use these few natural methods to remove this limescale and get your faucet sparkling again.

The cloth trick

Are you looking for the most effective way to remove limescale from faucets? Let yourself be impressed by the cloth trick.


Take a soft cloth and wet it with warm water and white spirit vinegar. Next, wrap the faucet with the cloth.

Leave the cloth for about 30 minutes so that the heat and vinegar can soften the limescale. After this time, rub the lime vigorously with the cloth or use a soft-bristled toothbrush to reach inaccessible corners.

Finish cleaning by rinsing with clean water and drying with a cloth. The result: a clean and shiny faucet.

Bicarbonate pasta


It is a natural and very effective remedy to remove limescale from taps in the blink of an eye. To make baking soda paste, mix some baking soda with water until you get a gelatinous consistency.

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