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Get Rid of Lime Deposits using Eco-Friendly Products

on Jun 1, 2016
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Get rid of lime deposits using 2 items from your pantry ~ vinegar and salt.

To see more: http://cupcakesandcrinoline.com/2012/10/eco-friendly-cleaning-tips-using-heinz-cleaning-vinegar/

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  • GeeJudy
    GeeJudy Denver, CO

    What is the difference of cleaning vinegar to white vinegar?

  • GeeJudy
    GeeJudy Denver, CO

    I purchased a gallon of cleaning vinegar at Dollar Tree

  • Joan Gondeck
    Joan Gondeck Austin, TX

    I had water spots on a perfectly good faucet on my bathroom sink. I soaked paper towels in vinegar. It was a disaster in the morning. Anyone have any ideas on what I can do next.

    • Rita Hlasney
      Rita Hlasney Shell Knob, MO

      What do you mean by disaster ? Vinegar is for lime deposits, not water spots. Usually just a damp microfiber cloth and a little elbo grease will remove water spots.

  • Joan Gondeck
    Joan Gondeck Austin, TX

    I tried everything to get rid of the water spots, including what you mention. I know vinegar cleans everything. I think I may have to paint the faucet. It is too good to chuck..

  • Michelle Jarvis Ferraro

    Is the cleaning vinegar found in the cleaning section or next to all the other vinegars

    • Mary Beth
      Mary Beth Coraopolis, PA

      I found it in the vinegar section, @Michelle Jarvis Ferraro ~ it was on the bottom shelf and it's in a large container.

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