How do I clean traces of tea from the bottom of the kettle?
Tea does tend to leave traces of theine.
What we recommend is to rinse it well with clear hot water after each use and dry it well inside and out.
A little tip: it is best not to leave water or tea in your teapot for too long to avoid stains and halos.
However, it may happen, so you can use natural products such as white vinegar, lemon juice or baking soda.
We also advise you to use the particularly effective silver stone.
How to clean my kettle?
After some use, a thin layer of limescale may form in the depths and inside cavity of your kettle. It is then advisable to descale the kettle.
To do so, fill the kettle to the maximum level with a mixture of water and white vinegar with 2 parts water to 1 part vinegar.
Then boil the mixture at 100 °C and leave it to stand overnight.
The next morning, drain the water and boil fresh water several times at 100 °C until the vinegar taste disappears completely.
White stains appear in the depths of my kettle, is this normal?
The amount of limescale formed depends on your water hardness. The higher the water hardness, the faster the limescale build-up on the heating elements will occur. These deposits can be of different colors. These deposits are not harmful to your health, but they can eventually decrease your device's efficiency. In such cases, we recommend regular descaling.