Descaling the coffee machine
Depending on the usage, you will have to descale your coffee machine a few times a year. You may have to do this less often or more often, this depends on your machine, how often you use it, and the hardness of your water. You will notice when it is needed. Your coffee won’t run through properly or the taste of your coffee will change. Descaling your coffee machine is very easy. Throw a few teaspoons of cleaning vinegar into the coffee maker with some water, let it run through completely until the reservoir is empty. Repeat a few times. Let it sit for an hour with the water and vinegar in the pipes, and then run it through with clean (mineral) water.
The same applies to your kettle. Simply fill the kettle with 2/3rd natural vinegar and 1/3rd mineral water, turn the kettle on, let it stand for an hour and then rinse well with clean mineral water.
Descaling the washing machine, dishwasher and pipes
Calcium deposits also form on the inside of your household appliances. Think about the heating elements of the washing machine, the inside of the dishwasher, but certainly also the inside of the pipes. Scale deposits can cause the pipes to lose more than half their throughput. This influences the performance of the devices, the pipes lose pressure, and it increases energy consumption significantly. It also increases the risk of a shorter life-span and breakdowns. After installing the Water Improver PRO®, lime will no longer adhere and dissolve automatically. This way you save on electricity costs and the depreciation of household appliances.