eSpares Limescale & Detergent Remover - 6 Descaler Sachets

Stock Number: ES1566874

Manufactured by eSpares

(This part fits select models)

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (481 customers)

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This product is compatible with:

  • Dishwashers
  • Washing Machines Please Note: Not suitable for top loading appliances

Description

eSpares Limescale & Detergent Remover - 6 Descaler Sachets

Protect your dishwasher and washing machine from harmful build-up with eSpares Limescale & Detergent Remover. If you find your washing machine and/or dishwasher aren't performing as well as they should be it could be due to a build-up of limescale and detergent. This product will descale and cleanse the machines, removing limescale, detergent and grease build-up and restore them to top working condition.

Suitable for use in all makes and models.

A cost-effective way to prolong the life of your appliance and reduce your energy bills

  • 6 months supply
  • Box contains 6x 50g sachets

Please Note: Not suitable for top loading appliances

Hard water leads to deposits building up in your appliance, which reduces its efficiency and leads to premature failure. In fact, British Water say that even a 1.6mm coating of limescale on a heating element can make it up to 12% less effective.

 

Hard water damage Clean element
Element in hard water area Element when new



All types of water can cause a build-up of detergent residue inside your machine, which can lead to blockages. This build-up provides an environment for bacteria to thrive causing unpleasant odours.

Drawer build-up Clean drawer
Drawer after use Drawer when new


If you're not sure if you live in a hard or soft water area, try our limescale post code checker.

By simply using one descaler sachet per month your machine will benefit from the following:

  • Removes limescale build-up from internal parts
  • Eliminates powder build-up and odour-causing bacteria
  • Hygienically cleans all internal parts
  • Maximises the efficiency of your appliance
  • If used immediately with new appliances, reduces detergent quantity by up to a third

How to Cure a Smelly Washing Machine

This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.

Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.

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    By - Northumberland

    Very easy to use, but, didn't get rid of the nasty smell from the washing machine
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    By - London

    Simple to use, does the job. No complaints so far.
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    By - High Wycombe Bucks.

    I have been using this product for a while now and find it good and will carry on using it when the price is on offer.

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  • Q How do we know the product is safe. I couldn't find the sds sheet on these products. 3 Answers

    What ingredients are in the products and what makes these different from other products?

    By Bill S - Minnesota - 10 October 2014

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      Re DM from London's comments. The main active ingredient is sometimes used in denture cleaners and although in high concentrations this product could be harmful, when discharged from the appliance in our opinion it is likely to be no more of a problem than washing machine discharge or even domestic bleach. This would quickly be dispersed in the sewage and waste water from a normal home.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 10 March 2015

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      The active ingredient in this product is highly toxic and harmful to aquatic life and has been tested on rats, guinea pigs and rabbits. Ok, so you are only using small diluted amounts, but this is sufficiently corrosive to....clean your washing machine! The residues which leave your machine all end up in our waters....they don't magically disappear. I discovered that leaving the door open and mopping up the pooled water left in the door seal stops the drum being smelly as I guess the bacteria need moisture to survive.

      By DM - London - 07 March 2015

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      This products active ingredient is Sulphamic acid and is safe to use in empty washing machines or dishwashers to clean them. The machines will have a rinse cycle to remove any significant residue from the Appliance during the cycle.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 10 October 2014

  • Q Is breakdown of electronic programme panel due to limescale? 1 Answer

    We are in a hard water area but have a topped-up water softener. Our washing machine hadn't had a problem in 9 years, then just died. Could limescale be the problem or does this just 'happen'? Thank you

    By RG - South Bucks - 14 May 2015

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      The heater element may fail as a result of limescale and possibly blow a fuse but the control panel itself is not effected by limescale.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 15 May 2015

  • Q hooverdishwasher hd97e the dish washer want let water in when it is on a program power is getting to the switch but on water is coming in can you help me with this thanks 1 Answer

    By David Dodd - Surrey England - 12 May 2015

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      For information on this problem see our diagnosis video: How to diagnose filling and dispenser problems in a dishwasher: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/3/1954

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 15 May 2015

  • Q I have a dish washer Ariston after 2 years it stopped working; I sent it the shop for repairing but no success, told me the program panel does not work properly, try to fix it; still not working any more; have any advice over this issue? 1 Answer

    In case if I need to change the whole programing pannel; how can I get it and how much in the market? would you please to send me the mail address of the original company (Aristone) to write to them over this crisis to my machine; please come back to me and advice what I should do? Thanks

    By Mohamed ELkashef - Cairo, Egypt - 10 May 2015

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      For information on this problem see our diagnosis video How to Diagnose control and programme problems with a dishwasher http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/3/1985

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 11 May 2015

  • Q Why is the product not suitable for top loading machines ? 1 Answer

    By Richard Smithson - London - 09 March 2015

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      It is possible over time limescale could build up on the drum shaft and slightly wear the seal to accept the thickening. If this were dissolved and removed it could lead to leaking. Therefore this warning has been added.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 09 March 2015