How to Remove Limescale from a Shower Screen?

Answer Water with high levels of calcium leaves a chalky, white residue called limescale when it evaporates. Although limescale is not harmful, it does leave your shower screen looking dirty, even after a... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Remove Limescale from a Shower Screen

Am looking for an easy way to remove limescale from a glass shower screen and to keep the screen clean?

We have the same problem on our basin as well, as we have a glass sink and tap. I find that rubbing a fresh lemon or lime (cut in half) on to the area - seems to get rid of it and then rinse off wi... Read More »

How to Remove Limescale from Shower Glass?

If you have hard water in your home, you will likely end up with limescale buildup on your glass shower doors. Limescale is an off-white buildup that is the result of impurities and high mineral co... Read More »

Limescale on shower head?

Bleach doesn't really touch limescale which is a mineral deposit. If you are really sure it wont unscrew you could try the white vinegar on lots of kitchen towel like you did and then wrap it tight... Read More »

How to Remove Limescale from Aluminum?

Limescale buildup on aluminum is unsightly. It usually occurs from the use of hard water. This article explains how to remove it quickly and easily.