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Old 5th March 2010, 21:32
Saorsa1 Saorsa1 is offline
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Actually, lemon juice boiled in the kettle will dissolve the calcium deposits very well. Vinegar works well too but the reek of vinegar fills the house.

Best to use a low calcium bottled water to avoid calcium deposits. Max 4 mg of calcium per litre.
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