‘Removed it all’: Mrs Hinch fans share ‘best way’ to remove limescale from shower screens


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Viakal Limescale Remover Disinfectant Spray costs £2 from Sainsbury’s.

Viakal Limescale Remover Spray also costs £2 from ASDA.

Viakal Vinegar Limescale Remover Spray is £3 from Ocado.

Viakal Bathroom 3-in-1 Bathroom Cleaner Spray is £2.50 from Wilko.

Other suggestions from Mrs Hinch fans included using deionised water, Pink Stuff, Harpic Black and white vinegar.

Patsy O’Sullivan said: “Deionised water.”

Janice Arch commented: “Pink stuff bathroom spray and a toothbrush works wonders for me.”

Sharon Beardmore wrote: “If it’s been on for a while, it may not come off.


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