Limescale removers dissolve limescale and restore shine by removing the dulling effect caused by limescale deposits and dirt.
They are acidic and can also remove other dirt such as soap scum, rust and general kitchen and bathroom grime.
This icon was officially endorsed by the United Nations in mid 2019 and included in the GHS Sub-committee guidelines (Globally Harmonized System of classification and labelling of chemicals).
Limescale removers can be used safely on most surfaces including chrome fixtures, stainless steel and fibreglass surfaces, ceramic tiles, porcelain, glass and plastic.
Read the label to be sure a limescale remove is suitable for your surface.
Do not use limescale removers on marble, certain old enamels or aluminium.
Do not use limescale removers at the same time as cleaning products containing chlorine-based bleach – the two can react together and give off toxic fumes.
If there is a sleeve on the detergent bottle, remove it when empty and recycle it separately.