Karcher Decalcifying Sticks

Stock Number: ES1073254

Manufactured by Karcher

Only 1 left in stock Available for immediate despatch

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This product is compatible with:

  • Karcher Steam Cleaners


Calcium deposits in your steam cleaner can make it less efficient and shorten it's life. These easy to use sticks are specially designed for descaling steam cleaners.

  • Simply put the required number of sticks - depending on size of the machine and degree of calcification - into the machine and replenish it with tepid water
  • Disconnect the steam cleaner from the electrical supply and do not close
  • After approx. 8 hours, empty decalcifying liquid and rinse several times with clear water

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    By - London

    My Karcher steam cleaner needs regular des along because of the hard water in London. These sticks are just the job After I ordered I got a message to say they were out of stock but even so they were delivered very quickly.

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  • Q Where do I put the decalcifying sticks? In the water reservoir? 1 Answer

    Dear all, It isn't clear at all in the instructions where to put the decalcifying sticks? In the water reservoir? But that doesn't make any sense, does it? t have a Karcher steam cleaner SC4100C. Thanks Pieter

    By Pieter - 28 July 2014

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      See the instructions in the product description.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 29 July 2014

  • Q opening valve 1 Answer

    I cannot open the valve on to of my1105 vaporapid can you help thanks

    By bowser - nottingham - 29 December 2013

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      If your valve is like the one shown in Stock Number: ES537922 then this is a safety valve designed to protect you when hot and under pressure. If this has 'failed' and cannot be removed it may be necessary to drill or cut the top off to be able to unscrew the base and replace it.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 30 December 2013