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> vegan product with high biodegradability
> without chemicals and synthetic detergents or fragrances, reduces the risk of skin irritation and allergic reactions
> due to the low level of toxicity for aquatic organisms, citric acid is an ideal all-rounder also suitable for septic tanks
> effectively cleans and removes limescale and deposits, brings cleanliness to every household, while saving the environment
Citric acid also removes limescale from used kettles.
You can also use it instead of fabric softener when washing white laundry and also as a prevention against the formation of limescale in the washing machine.
In the care of an organic household, it represents a great full-fledged substitute for classic vinegar, in contrast to which it does not have a significant aroma.
From an environmental point of view, however, it is not recommended to combine eco-versions with commercial alternatives from the point of view of achieving optimal results and maintaining the suitability and especially the efficiency of the use of ecological cleaning agents.
To all who are looking for other ways to eliminate their carbon footprint and thus contribute to the saving of our planet, we strongly recommend looking at other categories of ecological laundry, cleaning and other useful household products from the Cleano brand.
Pour the solution (1 liter of water + 1 teaspoon of citric acid) into a sprayer and spray on the contaminated areas. Treat old and strong limescale with a thick citric acid concentrate, apply a sponge to the limescale and leave on for a few minutes. When washing, it supports the bleaching effect, keeps the washing machine clean and prevents the formation of limescale in the washing machine drum. Occasionally add 1 teaspoon when washing.
Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of lukewarm water. If symptoms persist, seek medical attention.