Get Rid Of Mineral Deposits On Your Faucet - With Vinegar!


It was time to deep clean my faucet and get rid of some mineral deposits that had built up in a hard to clean spot. I'd used vinegar before on the mineral deposits on my showerhead with great results, so I knew it would probably do the trick on my bathroom faucet too. I wanted to let the vinegar sit on the mineral deposits on the faucet and soak for awhile and was very happy with the results of this method
Vinegar is a great homemade solution to deep clean a faucet
Vinegar is a great homemade solution to deep clean a faucet
It was time to zap those mineral deposits that were building up
It was time to zap those mineral deposits that were building up
Vinegar soaked paper toweling worked perfectly!
Vinegar soaked paper toweling worked perfectly!
Bev @ The Make Your Own Zone

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  • Suzanne
    on Nov 24, 2014

    Thanks for the tip. I'll be trying very soon.

  • Kathy
    on Nov 25, 2014

    I also use hydrogen peroxide. I just pour it on and let it sit for a short while. Usually do this and while cleaning the bathroom so when I am done I just rinse it off. Works great. Never had a problem marking the faucet.

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