Anyone living in a hard water area will know limescale deposits can build up quickly. Limescale not only looks unattractive, but it’s also a breading ground for dangerous bacteria. Luckily it’s easy to manage its build-up on a day to day basis. Limescale forms when hard water evaporates, so try to avoid puddles of moisture. In the bathroom and kitchen, make sure you wipe wet surfaces dry immediately after use. This goes for sinks and countertops but also for glass shower doors, mirrors and tiled shower walls. When limescale does form in those places that are hard to keep dry, an anti-calc spray like At Home Clean Anti-Calc makes removing it easy. Simply follow up the instructions on the bottle and enjoy your clean surfaces!