Citric Acid Anhydrous 100%
CITRIC ACID ANHYDROUS
100% Food Grade
Molecular formula: C6H8O7
Citric acid is a weak organic acid and it is occurs naturally in citrus fruits.
- Food and Drink - an Acidulant e.g. in Lemonade and on fizzy 'sour' sweets
- Descaling (Kettles, Baby Sterilisers, Shower Heads etc.)
- Remover Limescale Deposits on Sinks, Taps, Shower, Tiles, Toilets etc.
- Bath Bombs - Use 2 Parts Sodium Bicarbonate to 1 Part Citric Acid
Washing Machines: Use only on machines with stainless steel drums. Add 200g to the empty machine. Run the machine 60c.
Dishwashers: Fill the detergent tablet container with citric acid, add the rest of the packet to the base of the empty machine. Then run the machine on a normal wash programme.
Kettles: Half fill the kettle with water and boil. Unplug, add approx. 100g of the packet and leave for 15mins. Rinse thoroughly. Wipe down the outside of the kettle. Wipe up any spills immediately. Repeat if required.
Irons: Check if descaling is recommended by the manufacturer. Unplug the iron. Prepare a solution of two tablespoons of critic acid in hot water to half fill the iron. Hold iron over sink and switch on steam. Refill with fresh water and flush through. (incl. the spray) until clear. Check by ironing on old piece of fabric.