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- v. To remove scale from the surface of a metal, especially from the inner surfaces of boilers etc.
- v. To remove the scales from a fish etc.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. to remove the scales from; -- e.g. of fish, or water boilers.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. remove the scales from
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Nineth, there is no "descale" setting on this machine.
The Little Plumber helps descale your existing system, leaving your water softer and kinder on the skin and hair.
The processes I was quoting, that the U. S quarter like having affiliates meeting at all these is just the result of disintegration and the way in which we are learning how to descale.
With the mechanics of the DTC-975's thermal carafe lid being more complex than the glass carafe variety, it may be helpful to descale the lid to keep the ball bearings from becoming entrapped.
But i've tonnes of the descale kit which i bought back last time ..
It seems to be tolerant of limescale as well - we're in a medium-hard water area but I haven't had to descale it after nearly two years of use.
I've even been known to descale the bathtub when company isn't coming.
And thus I don't think I'd have a problem with fishing and seafood; to this date (save for one very ill-fated incident with a lobster), I haven't had a problem so far; the only problem I'd run into is knowing how to clean and descale and filet the fish, because my Dad always did that part.