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There are several reasons why an electric kettle makes a whistling noise when boiling water. While water boils at a steady temperature, the temperature of the surrounding air is too high. As the temperature rises, air is dislodged from the water and forms bubbles. These bubbles expand, and eventually the entire kettle fills with steam. In addition to creating a whistling noise, the water in your kettle also loses some of its heat and moisture, which results in the resulting noise.
The whistling sound comes from the whistle inside your electric kettle. The whistle is designed to let steam escape faster than it goes in. If you notice that your electric kettle is making a whistling noise, you may have a mineral deposit in the whistle. You can clean this mineral deposit by washing it with a mixture of vinegar and water, and tightening the gasket and lid. If this doesn't work, your kettle's whistle is likely clogged and needs to be replaced.
Most models come with safety features. These kettles will not boil water if it lacks water, and will shut off if the water level falls too low. The sound is only 60 to 65 decibels. This is significantly lower than the noise of a vacuum cleaner, lawnmower, or drill. If you're worried about the noise, you'll find a range of noise-canceling options available online.
If you'd like to eliminate the whistling noise in your electric kettle, you can use a homemade remedy. The first thing you should do is pour a small amount of vinegar water into the kettle. The water level may rise, and it may even leak out through the lid. Leave this solution in the kettle for about two hours, and the noise should be reduced considerably. The next step is to clean the interior of the electric kettle. A good cleaning can prevent splatters and smudges that can cause the noise.
If you're still having a problem with your kettle, you might want to consider de-scaling it. Limescale builds up in the heating element, making it louder and less efficient. While you can't remove limescale by scrubbing alone, you can also try using vinegar to clean your kettle. Leaving it in the kettle for a few hours or overnight will do the trick.