A £1.65 product that is ‘quick and easy’ to use could help save money when making cups of tea.
This could help many households as approximately 100 million cups of tea are consumed every day in the UK according to the UK Tea and Infusions Association.
Amid the cost of living crisis, people are seeking simple ways they can cut costs and reduce their energy bills. One way to do this when it comes to hot beverages is to make sure your kettle is working more efficiently and effectively to save energy and money.
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As it is National Tea Day (April 21), now could be the ideal time to descale your kettle to make sure it’s not costing you a fortune in wasted energy. Oust All Purpose Descaler costs just £1.65 for three sachets at Tesco and Sainsbury’s, or £2.95 at Amazon. The cleaning product has racked up nearly 10,000 five star reviews on Amazon, praised for being ‘quick and easy’, MEN reports.
One shopper said: “This stuff worked miracles on my super limescaled kettle. I was in two minds to throw it out or keep it but I tried this and all I can say is WOW!
“Absolutely brilliant. I’d definitely be buying this in future rather than buying a new kettle which I’ve done previously! If only I had known about this stuff before I would have used it on my iron.”
The descaler is said to restore small household appliances like kettles and irons in just 10 minutes. Sophie Herrmann, a spokesperson at Oust, explained how descaling your kettle can help you save money when making a cuppa.
She said: “Having limescale in your kettle is a common issue and affects around 60 per cent of the UK. Once hard water is heated, it creates a chalky off-white crust called limescale.