how to make the perfect cup of coffee is not just all about keeping boiling water and coffee powder in a pot. There's a lot more to brewing coffee and that's something we are going to discuss about today. So lets get on and find out how to make the perfect cup of coffee that will rejuvenate and re-energize you.
Thursday, 28 November 2013
Monday, 21 October 2013
Removing limescale build-up can leave taps, kettles and other household appliances gleaming. But what are the best ways to remove limescale, and stop limescale build up from occurring again? Expensive limescale removers from the supermarket will often remove limescale but many items that around the house will also do the job.
Monday, 23 September 2013
limescale refers to calcium carbonate precipitates which sticks on the surface of utensils like kettles and cooking pans. Before embarking on looking for ways to remove the precipitate, it is appropriate to understand how the compound is deposited on the surface of appliances. Most households across the UK use hard water in their kitchen and laundry rooms. In this case, hard water refers to water containing significant quantities of dissolved magnesium and calcium ions. Limescale forms whenever hard water containing calcium ions is heated above 600C. As a result, the high temperature leads to formation of solid calcium carbonate, which precipitates and sticks on metallic surfaces.
Thursday, 29 August 2013
Limescale A Household Problem?
Tuesday, 30 July 2013
When it comes to cleaning the kitchen, including the surfaces, floor and appliances, one of the toughest tasks is removing limescale deposits from the insides of appliances. The task itself can be a tough one if not done properly, but can easily be done by following simple guides from the Internet or from the back of a branded limescale remover and descaler. The main cause of the build up is water which is used in your appliances.