Question about Tefal Irons
All you need for this is a cotton cloth and white vinegar, a small amount. And you have to rub with cotton cloth for the limescale. Vinegar will act and the limescale will disappear from here.
If it doesn't help you can mix the vinegar with baking soda and it will be a good start point.
When you have finished to polish and to clean the outside, you can clean your iron from inside. For this you have to put a small amount of vinegar and you have to mix it with water.
You have to switch it on to wait. And press the steam. All the limescale will come out of there.
You see? And your iron is shiny and clean, from inside and from outside as well. .
Posted on May 19, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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