- - lemon juice;
- - citric acid;
- - lemon peel;
- - vinegar;
- - soda.
Advice 2 : How to remove plastic smell from the kettle
Fill the new pot of water. Squeeze the water juice from 3-4 lemons. Turn on the appliance and boil water. Once the water boils, the kettle leave in this solution for 12 hours. At the end of time again boil the solution and pour it. Kettle rinse under running water. If necessary, the procedure can be repeated again.
The second method of disposal involves the use of is lemon juice citric acid bags. Fill electric kettle with water up to the mark and pour citric acid into it from two sachets (25 g). Boil the solution and leave in the kettle for 12 hours, then boil and wash the kettle.
The third method is similar to the first two, only instead of juice or acid, you can use the lemon peel.
As an oxidizer, you can use vinegar or vinegar. Add in the electric kettle, filled with water, two tablespoons of essence (70%) or 100 g of vinegar. Boil up the solution two or three times in a row, then drain and thoroughly wash the kettle.
To remove an unpleasant smell from the kettle, you can use baking soda. In the water-filled kettle pour 3 tablespoons of baking soda and boil water, then cool, drain and wash the kettle.