Vinegar is a great natural cleaning solution because of its acidic composition and will work brilliantly at melting stubborn limescale stains.
Another way to remove limescale from taps is simply by mixing white vinegar and water in equal parts and again, submerging a cleaning cloth into the solution.
Then, use the cloth to gently scrub at the limescale. However, if the stains don’t go away, Polly Shearer, a kitchen and bathroom expert at Tap Warehouse, recommended extending the soaking time.
She said: “Depending on how severe the limescale is, you can soak the affected area in the white vinegar mixture for up to 30 minutes before scrubbing it away too,” she explained.
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