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Advances in cleaning technology mean that you don't need to rely on endless hours of scrubbing or experimenting with old wives' tales about cola and vinegar for limescale removal anymore. Harpic's product range can cut cleaning time considerably so you'll be free to spend your time on other things.
Harpic 100% Limescale Remover and Harpic Power Plus does just that. Unlike bleach – which just bleaches the colour out of limescale – Harpic completely removes stubborn build-ups in your toilet. A great tip for application is using your hands – with some rubber gloves, of course – instead of a toilet brush. It may sound unappealing, but it will mean you can reach the water inlets just under the rim and ensure that as much water as possible comes into the bowl with each flush.
Keeping your toilets limescale free and dazzlingly clean is easy to achieve with Harpic Power Plus Tablets, and the beauty of these tablets is that they work on removing limescale from the difficult to reach U-bend in the toilet. Just pop one into the bowl and then take a break while it works its magic. If you have a septic tank at your home, you'll be pleased to hear that these can be used safely to treat tanks too, so you could save yourself some cash on regular removal costs.
Limescale always tries to come back. To help stop this happening, you can now get the powerful in-bowl cleaner, Harpic 100% Limescale Remover and Harpic Power Plus, which will keep working every time you flush.
When rain water passes through soft rock in the ground – like limestone and chalk – it picks up minerals that turn it into 'hard water'. Despite the UK water authorities' best efforts at filtering the water, it still ends up in millions of our homes. Limescale rears its ugly head as dirty, chalky residue that forms wherever water collects in your home. This can be on or around taps, in toilets, in sinks and baths, on shower screens, and even on mirrors. We've all seen it, and we've all spent numerous hours trying to make it disappear.
We know limescale doesn't look very nice, but there's more to it than that. When hard water gets really hot – during a shower or bath, for example – it evaporates and leaves a very stubborn residue behind. This can start to block shower heads and taps, making washing a real pain. Limescale can also build up around the toilet rim, so although you may only see a few hints of the residue, it could be allowing much less water into the bowl for every flush. That can mean all sorts of problems with blocked toilets, and it's also far from hygienic.
Fantastic service would definitely use again. First class.Published 14 days ago by Mrs Valerie Turner
Product is bleach so not really an issue with this it is what it is, poor star rating is due to fact that they bottles were put in cardboard box of dozen with thin cardboard and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
OK so yes I'm excited about loo cleaner, but this is great stuff. It really gets rid of all limescale, unlike others on the market that promise results, but in reality just smell... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Hayley