The limescale stains around your bathroom are unsightly and can hide germs, mildew and rust. There is no need to wonder: you have to get rid of it immediately! Otherwise your bathroom will be full of bacteria and other germs that will cause you severe health problems.

Below, you have some brief information to remove limescale and hard water deposits from the bathroom.

Get rid of limescale on shower
The shower head can be filled with limescale deposits, and the water will start to flow in any direction, or won’t flow at all through some slots.
The best natural solution for cleaning the shower head is to sink it into a vinegar solution. Put the shower head in a plastic bag (you can unscrew it, or you can tie the bag on it), pour white vinegar exactly to cover the object and bind the bag with an elastic band. Leave the solution to act overnight, and in the morning just rinse it with lukewarm water.

Lemon cleans the sink quickly and easily
If you don’t like the smell of vinegar, or you don’t have ventilation in the bathroom, you can successfully use lemon juice instead of white vinegar. Cut a lemon half and rub the leak from the sink and the taps with it. You can leave the lemon over the drain for a few minutes, to be more effective. Leave the lemon juice to act for 20 minutes and start cleaning it with a thick cloth. Wipe well insisting where the limescale is harder to remove and then rinse well.

The tiles
Flat surfaces are easier to clean, although the limescale deposits get deeper into the porous materials than on metals.
Mix equal parts of vinegar with water and pour it in a spray bottle. And spray all over the tile surface. Let it act for half an hour, and then rinse the tiles with warm water.
If you can’t stand the smell of vinegar, you can use lemon juice, because is as effective as vinegar.