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Cleaning a Tea Kettle

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Proper cleaning helps keep your tea tasting good and can prolong the life of your kettle. This is a guide about cleaning a tea kettle.


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Vinegar can be a helpful natural cleaner to remove build up inside your water kettle. This guide is about cleaning mineral deposits from a tea kettle.

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Wipe your stainless tea kettle shortly after it has boiled. It's easier to wipe kitchen grease off it while it's still hot. Just be careful not to burn yourself.

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Sometimes hot milk before bedtime is a good idea and sometimes it may cause a mess. This is a guide about cleaning burned milk out of a tea kettle.

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It can be challenging to clean sediments and rust inside an old metal tea kettle. This is a guide about remove rust from inside antique tea kettle.

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March 19, 2017

I used a jug to measure olive oil for cooking and the residue was still there when I used it to fill the kettle with water. Now the water from the kettle has a not so good taste. Any ideas how I can get rid of this oil residue form my kettle. I have tried Fairy liquid descaler and reboiling.


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Blue Dawn will remove grease and oil.

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