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DIY Hard Water/Calcium Remover

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Norwex #Descaler is a highly-effective and environmentally-friendly product for heavy-duty #cleaning and removal of calcium, lime and rust stains. Most descalers are dangerous chemical acids that can burn surfaces and damage the environment while they try to break down mineral stains.

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Rain‑X® Shower Door X-treme Clean removes harsh build-up on glass shower doors to deliver the ultimate in sparkling clean! This unique product, specially formulated for use on glass shower doors, is ideal for removing soap scum, dirt, hard water build-up, calcium, lime stains and rust stains.

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EdFred is the best calcium remover! Better than CLR and others. Puts vinegar to shame. I use it on windows, shower, faucets anywhere there is calcium. Do not use on wood or painted surfaces.

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How To Clean Calcium Off Faucets

How to remove calcium buildup

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For extreme hard water stains, Pour a little baking soda on the tough spots first, let it sit for 5 mins and rinse before doing this remedy. Fill a spray bottle 1/2 full with vinegar. Add 1/4 cup lemon juice. Fill the remaining space in spray bottle with soap of choice. Shake up that bottle and soak those stubborn stains baby. Let sit for 30 mins. Time to scrub that grime away.

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Hard water stains in the glass shower doors. Haven't tried this one yet...

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How To Remove Hard Water Deposit --You know those annoying, hard to remove white marks on your fixtures and faucets? Hard water is likely the culprit. It’s the buildup of calcium that is sticking to the metal, which is why it can be a bear to remove. Follow these easy tips to get rid of those stains quickly and simply.

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Remove Hard Water Deposits

for hard water stains put salt in a bowl add some vinegar to make a paste. Apply to surface ,leave 15 minutes then rinse

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Hard water deposits can make your newest surfaces look unpleasant. Hard water contains a high amount of mineral deposits like lime, silica, and calcium. After constant use, the dried water spots leaves deposits behind. The unsightly spots on glass or ceramic surfaces, particularly in bathrooms and kitchens can be a bother and unattractive. If you’re …

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