NO doubt about it – limescale is one of the toughest areas of your home to clean. And the longer you leave it, the worse it gets.
But it looks like the days of furiously scrubbing away at our kitchen sinks may finally be over – because professional cleaners are singing the praises of a £2 product which promises to get rid of limescale in SECONDS.
Instagram stars Natalie and Katrina are professional cleaners who run the hugely Instagram page The Twinkle Cleaning Duo.
Over the weekend, the pair posted a photo of their limescale-ridden kitchen sink on their Instagram stories before revealing the one product they use to tackle it.
Sharing amazing before-and-after photos, the pair raved: "Viakal is fantastic for removing limescale."
In the first photo, the basin is covered in limescale-encrusted marks which stop the sink from shining.
But after a quick spritz with the budget-friendly spray, the cleaners were able to wipe away the limescale in seconds – not to mention, get rid of those grimy water marks.
Unsurprisingly, product has amassed a cult following thanks to Mrs Hinch who always keeps it in her "Narnia" collection of cleaning supplies.
What's more, the multipurpose product – which creates a barrier to prevent watermarks returning – has amassed dozens of five-star reviews on the ASDA website and promises to prevent future limescale if you use it regularly.
Giving the spray a five-star review, one customer raved: "I am a professional cleaner and always have this in my kit.
- Viakal Limescale Remover Spray, £2 from ASDA – buy now
"It is the most effective thing to remove limescale off shower doors. Can't recommend it enough."
Another added: "I could not do without my Viakal. I clean the sink and the bath with it and also the kitchen sink. Completely removes scale and shines the stainless steel to a magnificent shine."
And if that wasn't enough to convince us to give this spray a go, last year a mum was blown away by the extraordinary results when she used it on her grotty lime-scale ridden showerhead.
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