Bio Clean Hard Water Stain Remover (20 Oz, Medium) and Magic Clothe ((Bundle))


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I poured about a cup of this DIY HARD WATER STAIN REMOVER solution into a small cup and submerged my faucet head in the mixture. The rest I filled an empty spray bottle and went to town!! I sprayed all around my faucet handles, the sink, the ice drip catcher-thingy in the refrigerator door, the bathroom faucets and all over the shower!! I let it soak for a good 30 minutes. When I came back with a scrubbing sponge I was so please everything came off pretty easily!

Now, I will keep my DIY HARD WATER STAIN REMOVER spray solution handy, and use it for weekly cleanings! I have been using vinegar and baking soda to clean everything for a while now, but I am just so amazed at how effective this DIY solution was at removing hard water stains! I just can’t get over these before and after photos!

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Ultimate Hard Water Stain Remover by Brite & Clean

A. BRITE and CLEAN Ultimate Hard Water Stain Remover™ can be used on glass, porcelain and granite surfaces. It may also be used on some chrome and stainless steel.

Below is a video showing hard water stain removal techniques using vinegar.

Hard water spots and stains are caused by a build up of minerals that are found in hard water.

This hard water will build up making stains and spots on metal and glass which cloud the finish.

Since these hard water deposits are alkaline on the pH scale they are easily removed by something mildly acidic, such as distilled white vinegar which has acetic acid in it.

The video suggests using a solution of 2 parts distilled white vinegar and 1 part water, and spraying this solution onto the hard surface where you want to remove hard water spots and stains.

Then, just rub on the hard water stains with a cloth, and the vinegar solution will get rid of the spots.

See the video for a demonstration, to see exactly how easy hard water stain removal can be.

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