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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is very hard to get rid off ass the sediment comes from the tap water untill you boil the water you dont see this sediment and take it for granted that the water is clean but as soon as you put it in a electric kettle this sediment builds up on the element then it brakes off and floats around in the kettle most new kettles have a filter near the spout so when you pour the water out it traps it in the filter then this can be removed and cleaned but the sediment floating in the kettle is hard to get out you can clean the element and descale it and then just keep pouring water in and out of kettle till its all out but it will soon build up again there are two ways to stop sediment one is filter all the water before putting in kettle but this can be slow process so not worth doing or the best sollution is buy a kettle that has a filter by the spout of the kettle and clean this regularly hope this is some help to you............................................
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
Been using this fix for many years:
Get a large jug of the cheapest white vinegar you can find, fill your teapot with it (make sure the pot is cool and do not turn it on!!) and let it just sit overnight. You will notice that the inside of your teapot will be sparkling clean. Vinegar is about 4% acidic and it is the acid that dissolves the scale. After you are done, save the vinegar for use with other items aroung the home like shower heads, just remember that it takes a lot of time in contact with the solution for this to work.
The mineral buildup is Calcium Carbonate, which is just simple water hardness. Unfortunately as water gets hotter, this chemical has more of a tendency to scale up. Just the reverse of what you would think. So keep the tea or coffee pot cool during the soak.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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