How to Get Rid of Hard Water Stains

How to Get Rid of Hard Water Stains

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How to Get Rid of Hard Water Stains

The calcium and magnesium in hard water are the reason for the mineral deposits that create hard water stains. Regular cleaning is the best line of defence when it comes to dealing with hard water stains. The lime scale will keep building up, becoming especially hard to remove, if not treated on time. Do not make your work harder but take care of the hard water stains around your home immediately following these simple tricks.

  • Hard water stains can easily be removed with any product with acidity level no matter the stained surface.
  • To get rid of hard water stains on glass doors, end of tenancy cleaning Whitechapel staff suggests using full-straight white vinegar. Pour some vinegar into a spray bottle and apply it to the affected area. Wait for a minute before wiping the vinegar and the stain off your glass doors. Wipe your glass doors with vinegar every two weeks to prevent the mineral deposits from coming back.
  • Use half a lemon to scrub the hard water stain directly with it. The acidity in lemon should help removing the soap scum.
  • Fill a bucket with 1 gallon of water, then add 1 teaspoon of Calgon and stir well. Use the mixture to wash the stained areas, then rinse thoroughly with plain water.
  • For stubborn hard water stains, mix baking soda with enough vinegar to create a pasty cleaning solution. Cover the stained area with the paste and wait for a while before rinsing thoroughly with clear water.
  • If the above methods fail removing the hard water stains, consider using commercial cleaners. To get rid of limescale, look for a cleaning product with sequestrants. You can find such a cleaner at most hardware and grocery stores. When treating stains with commercial cleaning solutions, always make sure to follow the label instructions.
  • Hard water stains may not be your first care when you are moving out, but they can become a reason your landlord to refuse returning your deposit. To avoid this from happening, consider using professional services, such as end of tenancy cleaning Whitechapel. This will ensure the entire property is thoroughly cleaned from top to bottom.

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    Created: May 8 2012 at 03:01:57 PM
    Updated: May 8 2012 at 03:01:57 PM
    Category: How-To
    Language: English

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