A layer of yellow dirt is formed at the bottom of the warm due to minerals such as magnesium, potassium, salt… deposited. Boiling water with this hard yellow layer for a long time is easy to harm the health of everyone in the family. So you need clean periodically warm in the ways suggested below.
Method 1: Clean kettle from vinegar. Electric kettle manufacturers often recommend that people remove the yellow residue on the bottom of the kettle with vinegar.
You can use vinegar to clean the dirt in the kettle.
Before and after cleaning the kettle with vinegar.
The recipe includes 500ml of vinegar mixed with 250ml of water to dissolve. Pour this mixture into the kettle and boil for about 15 minutes. Then remove the last of the stains on the kettle with a sponge. Reheat the kettle with filtered water 1 to 2 times to completely remove stains on the bottom of the kettle.
Kettles are easy to clean thanks to vinegar.
Method 2: For kettles that are rusty or lightly soiled, you can use a recipe of 500ml of water, 1-2 tablespoons of citric acid powder, which can be substituted with ¼ of a lemon.
You can use lemon to clean the kettle.
The method is also quite simple, that is, you pour water with citric acid powder and boil for 15 minutes, or boil water with lemon. Let the water cool slowly and pour away. Then clean the kettle and boil the filtered water again 1, 2 times.
Or use a little citric acid powder.
Method 3: With enameled kettles, removing dirt requires another way. It is using baking soda mixed with filtered water and boiled. Let the boiled water cool down for about 1-2 hours. Then use a soft cloth to rinse the kettle.
For enameled kettles you can use baking soda.
Easy warm cleaning.
Method 4: Remove dirt in a glass jar with apple, pear, or potato skins. You can use washed apple, pear or potato skins in a kettle to boil, let the boiling water cool down for about 1-2 hours. Then use a sponge to wash away the plaque on the kettle.
Aluminum or glass kettles can be polished with apple, pear or potato peels.
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