Cleaning Mineral Deposits in Tea Kettles

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To clean mineral deposits in tea kettles, you can use calcium, lime, and rust remover or distilled vinegar. Pour distilled vinegar into your kettle and let it percolate through the kettle to remove mineral deposits with help from a professional cleaner in this free video on cleaning kitchen appliances.

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Hi, my name is Mark Newman-Kuzel. I'm president and CEO of Maid in the U.S.A., and today I'm going to teach you how to clean mineral deposits from a tea kettle. We have our tea kettle here and the first way to avoid mineral deposits in a tea kettle, is to always pour any excess water after your done using the teapot into the sink and never let any standing water in the tea kettle. If you haven't done that, then you can use couple products, Lime Away or CLR, calcium, lime, rust remover. If you don't have those on hand, I prefer using a natural approach like distilled vinegar. Take some white distilled vinegar, pour it into your tea kettle here, just a heavy pour. get some hot water going, fill that up, and put your lid back on, bring it over to the burner, and then turn your burner on, let it percolate its way through the kettle. It takes about fifteen minutes for the water to boil. And that's how you remove water deposits, lime deposits from a tea kettle. My name's Mark Newman-Kuzel, with Maid in the U.S.A.

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