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Old 04-04-2018, 11:05 AM
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Re: Is tap water ok?

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kettles on the other hand need replacing almost quarterly depending on how much they're used
That seems like a lot of money to waste replacing kettles! Why not get a stainless stovetop one that can simply be washed out and scrubbed with barkeepers friend to get deposits out (or whatever comparable product you have in the UK)? Much cheaper in the long run, even if you got a 'designer' one.
even those get destroyed fast by the limescale here, I have seen the cleaners but they're pretty expensive themselves! I recently got a water filter jug for an amazing price so hopefully that should end any limescale issues for me.
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