Discover the ‘quickest kettle cleaning hack’ that requires minimal effort

Apr 17, 2024
No scrubbing, no harsh chemicals, and no hassle. Just pure cleaning magic! Source: Getty Images.

Are you tired of scrubbing away at your kettle, trying to get rid of those stubborn limescale deposits?

Well, worry no more as home hack expert Anita Birges has shared a game-changing cleaning hack that will revolutionise the way you clean your kettle – and it requires almost no effort.

In a recent Instagram post, Birges, known for her expertise in home organisation, revealed what she calls the “quickest kettle cleaning hack ever”. And believe us, it’s as simple as it gets.

All you need are two denture tablets, readily available at your local supermarket for about $3.50, and some water. That’s it!

Here’s how it works:

  • Fill up your kettle with 4 cups/1 liter of water.
  • Drop in 2 denture tablets.
  • Turn on the kettle and wait for it to boil.
  • Finally, rinse out the kettle.

No scrubbing, no harsh chemicals, and no hassle. Just pure cleaning magic!

The response from fellow users on Instagram has been overwhelmingly positive, with many praising the simplicity and effectiveness of the hack.

“Great idea,” one wrote.

“What a great hack.”

“Perfect,” commented another.

“Great tip.”

So, if you’re tired of spending time and energy scrubbing away at your kettle, why not give Birges’ cleaning hack a try? With minimal effort and maximum results, it’s sure to become your new favorite cleaning technique.

However, Birges isn’t the only one to wow her followers with a clever kettle cleaning hack, fellow home hack queen, Caroline McCauley also recently shared her genius method for giving the kitchen kettle a deep clean with minimal effort.

McCauley often provides her over 2 million strong followers with expert tips and house hacks and her latest kettle cleaning hack has many amazed by its effectiveness.

The simple hack involves pouring a cup of vinegar and a cup of water into the kettle and allowing the combination to soak for 30 minutes.

The mixture is then boiled in the kettle before pouring the water out and rinsing the kettle.

McCauley’s followers were left astounded by how effective the simple cleaning hack was in leaving the kettle “clean and shiny”.

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