DIY Hard Water/Calcium Remover

DIY Hard Water/Calcium Remover

DIY Hard Water/Calcium Remover - Spray bottle almost half full of vinegar, add lemon juice, and lots of dish detergent. spray and let it sit for then scrub clean

DIY Hard Water Stain Remover RecipeIngredients3 cups distilled white vinegar1 cup Epsom salt (find it here)2 tablespoons natural liquid dish soap (learn how to make liquid soap or find a good natural brand here)optional antibacterial essential oils (find pure essential oils here)InstructionsCombine all ingredients in a large mason jar.Stir and cap tightly. Shake well until most of the Epsom salts have dissolved.Pour ⅓ of the mixture into the toilet bowl and allow to sit for 20-30…

A DIY Hard Water Stain Remover Recipe for Cleaning Toilets and More!

DIY Hard Water Stain Remover cups distilled white cup Epsom salt (find it tablespoons natural liquid dish soap (learn how to make liquid soap or find a good natural (Ingredients In A Jar Recipe)

Hard Water Sink cleaner  What you need:  Spray bottle 1/4 cup of lemon juice Liquid dish soap White vinegar What you do:  Fill the empty spray bottle halfway up with vinegar. Add 1/4 cup of lemon juice. Fill the remaining space with your choice of liquid dish soap. Leave about 2 inches in the top for mixing. Shake the bottle and soak those stubborn stains.

At Last! Rid Your Home of Those Hard Water Stains the Smart Way

Hard Water Stain Remover- Fill spray bottle way with vinegar, add cup lemon juice, add dish soap of choice to fill 2 inches from the top. Spray on faucets- anything with hard water deposits- let sit 30 minutes- scrub off.

1 cup Epsom salts, 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/4 cup liquid dish soap

How to Remove Hard Water Stains ( DIY )

Remove hard water stains with this DIY Epsom Salt scrub Ingredients: small mixing bowl, 1 cup Epsom salts, cup baking soda, cup liquid dish soap.

Fast and easy way to remove those impossible hard water stains from toilets (trust me, I tried everything else and this was the only thing that worked!).

Nov 16 How to Remove Hard Water Stains from Toilets

Fast and easy way to remove those impossible hard water stains from toilets (trust me, I tried everything else and this was the only thing that worked!

Remove hard water stains from your shower doors with these easy tips from our readers.

Removing Hard Water Stains on Shower Doors

Remove your hard water stains with these tips. Then, consider a water softening solution to avoid continuously having to remove hard water stains.

Soap and Vinegar Cleaner. This cleaner was a miracle worker on my glass shower doors! It removed hard water spots and soap scum when nothing else would!

Soap and Vinegar Cleaner

SOAP SCUM - Soap and Vinegar Cleaner. This cleaner was a miracle worker on my glass shower doors! It removed hard water spots and soap scum when nothing else would!

Great for built in tubs and showers.  Incredible rust, lime and dirt bathroom cleaner.** 2 cups vinegar 1 TBSP Borax 1 tsp washing liquid (dawn)  Use a funnel and put the borax into the spray bottle then add the vinegar.  Add the washing liquid and shake.  I would add some type of essential oil as this smell is over powering.  I had to walk away quite a bit because of the smell and come back.

A TUB AND SINK CLEANER THAT TAKES AWAY RUST AND LIME AND DIRT

Incredible rust, lime and dirt bathroom cleaner.** 2 cups vinegar 1 TBSP Borax 1 tsp washing liquid (dawn Great for built in tubs and showers.

Say goodbye to hard water stains!

How To Remove Those Stubborn Hard Water Stains

Attack Hard Water Stains With an Epsom Salts Scrub 1 cup Epsom salts 1/2 cup baking soda 1/4 cup liquid dish soap

Attack Hard Water Stains With an Epsom Salts Scrub

Attack Hard Water Stains With an Epsom Salts Scrub Small mixing bowl 1 cup Epsom salts cup baking soda cup liquid dish soap Cotton cloth Paper towel

If you live in a hard water area, hard water deposits (limescale) can cause all kinds of problems, ranging from the unsightly build up around sinks, baths and faucets, all the way through to completely clogging up your heating pipework, in which case, professional plumbing…

How To Remove Hard Water Deposits (Lime Scale) With 2 Natural Ingredients

If you live in a hard water area, hard water deposits (limescale) remove them with white vinegar and some table salt

Cleaning tip:  How to use vinegar and baking soda to remove hard water stains from your toilet bowl.

Surefire Ways to Remove Ugly Hard Water Stains From a Toilet

Two simple ingredients are all it takes to remove hard water deposits. Who knew?

Remove Hard Water Deposits

Remove hard water deposits with two simple ingredients you probably have on hand. Make a vinegar and salt paste and let sit on hard water stains for 20 mins. Scrub clean and rinse with warm water. Repeat for stubborn hard water stains.

How To Easily Remove Hard Water Spots On Glass Shower Doors

How To Clean Glass Shower Doors With Hard Water Stains

Discover how to clean glass shower doors with hard water stains with products you probably already have sitting around your house.

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