Cleaning and Limescale
Limescale can be a nuisance in so many ways, one of the most common complaints is how much regular cleaning is required. Cleaning marks can be a tedious task! If left, it can eat away at your brassware, so people often reach for cleaning chemicals to get rid of the unsightly limescale without a second thought!
Limescale is harmful to bathroom fittings. It not only spoils the appearance but also clogs up your pipes. It is sensible to remove it as soon as you can in order to prevent more serious damage to your household.
Limescale is notoriously tricky to remove, and in some parts of the country, depending on your water, it might be even tougher. Where hard water is more prevalent it becomes more of a task to rid yourself of limescale build-up. It can be so bad that in some cases it seems impossible to remove.
Removing Limescale with Water Conditioners
A water conditioner can help with the many damaging effects, without the need for cleaning chemicals and many hours of your time and energy, as well as protecting your pipework, appliances and all the other places you don’t see!
Find out more about limescale here.
Cleaning Limescale with AGGRESSIVE CLEANING CHEMICALS
We advocate prevention over elimination. Whilst some things in life are easy to deal with, limescale is easier to prevent than to remove.
Aggressive cleaning chemicals for dealing with limescale can cause many problems, not only for your health, but also for your appliances and brassware! Lots of people confuse the damage it causes with acid pitting, this is what happens when the cleaning chemicals strip away your brassware and leave unsightly marks. If you are going to use cleaning chemicals to deal with limescale, always test them on a small patch of your brassware before using them, otherwise they could ruin your brassware in seconds!
Often the effects that aggressive cleaning chemicals have on your brassware’s can be worse than limescale damage.