Tips for cleaning the lime bath

You want remove lime from your bathroombut without using harsh abrasives and industrial chemicals? Intensive cleaners in supermarkets contain harsh chemicals that can be harmful to the skin, lungs, and the environment itself. So here we leave you a series of tips to do it in a clean, safe and sustainable way.


The most effective way to remove lime stains is to apply an acid, which will soften and dissolve them. However, you must keep the acid in contact with the surface long enough for it to work and make sure it won’t react with the material you pour it on.

For those who prefer to clean in an ecological way, lemon juice is very effective in removing these stains, while Vinegar, another common kitchen staple, is known for its ability to remove tough lime stains without the hard work associated with descaling.

Cleaning the bathroom taps

Lime in the taps

For limescale build-up around the bathroom faucet:

  • Soak a cloth in lemon juice or vinegar and wrap it around the faucet. Make sure all of the metal is in contact with the liquid and simply let it soak for up to an hour.
  • You can rinse and repeat if necessary.
  • To give them an extra shine, rub the taps with flour and then buff with a soft cloth.

If the shower head is clogged with lime, it is a simple process to remove it:

  • Simply unscrew and soak in a bowl with white vinegar All night long.
Bathtub faucet


There are several non-abrasive ways to clean lime stains from a toilet, including vinegar. It couldn’t be easier to use vinegar to clean up those ugly lime scale:

  • First, pour a bottle of vinegar over the mug.
  • Simply let it act overnight, not forgetting to spray around the edge.
  • After several rinses, your toilet should be like new.

Shower screen

Did you know that white wine can be used as an ecological cleaning agent for the shower screen?

  • First, pour the white wine into the screen of your shower.
  • Leave at least for 30 minutes.
  • Finally, clean with a cloth gently.
Shower screen