Myths are always here in every aspect of life! The most common myth about removing limescale is with bleach and coke. Therefore, we decided to test it out and record the results so you don’t have to waste your time!
Bleach – We all can rely on bleach to help around with maintaining and cleaning our house as it helps with removing stains and it can kill any microbe. It makes sense to be able to use bleach in order to remove limescale but unfortunately it makes the stain lighter but doesn’t get rid of it and it will keep on building up every time the deposition comes.
Coke – This may already sound dodgy to some people especially as coke is a fizzy drink…but funnily enough many people actually try and use it to remove limescale! It has been thought that if you pour coke into your toilet bowl and allow it to stay overnight, the next morning remove it with some water that it will remove the limescale. However, it just results to a more of a coke colored limescale stain.
Limescale prevention tip: Prevent limescale deposits by drying your bathroom fixtures after every use, this will minimize the building up.