The Easy Way to Remove Limescale from Window Glass

May 16, 2017

Dripping overflow pipes and spray from garden hosepipes can leave a layer of limescale on window glass that can be hard to remove.

Scraping with a razor can work but it's hard and time-consuming. Chemicals such as hydrochloric acid (aka "brick acid"), sulphuric acid, or oxalic acid may work but they are far too dangerous for our liking.

Fortunately, Benz OxyCleanze removes limescale from window glass quickly and safely.

Take a look at the short (only 2:57) video below in which Ben demonstrates how to remove limescale from window glass:

 

 

Take good care,

Ben & Leo

 

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