Citric acid is known for its natural descaling properties, it is also effective on stubborn rust stains, burned pots, and tea stains. Easy to use and convenient to store. 1 pack of citric acid = 3.5 L of household vinegar.
- To remove scale in your kitchen and bathroom, pour 3 tablespoons of citric acid in half a liter of water. Use the mixture to your clean surfaces (chrome, stainless steel, ceramic, plastic), let sit and rinse.
- For your coffee maker, mix 1 to 2 tablespoons in 1 liter of water. Turn on the machine so that the mixture is distributed in the machine. Let act and rinse thoroughly with clean water.
- For your washing machine or dishwasher, pour 6-8 tablespoons straight then rotate an empty cycle.
- For stubborn stains:
- For rust, use a spoonful of citric acid on your sponge. Rub the rusted area, let sit and then rinse.
- For your burned pots and tea stains, pour 1 to 2 tablespoons in the container, cover with boiling water and let sit for several minutes. Then rinse thoroughly.
Do not use citric acid on enamel, aluminum and marble.
Never use with bleach.
Warning! Causes serious eye irritation. If contact with eyes occurs, rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove
contact lenses and ontinue rinsing. If eye irritation persists, consult a doctor.
Keep out of reach of children.
Wash hands thoroughly after handling.
Use te recommended doses to reduce environmental impact.
Unit price: 22.17 €/kg