Do you have unsightly hard water stains / mineral deposits on your faucets? Did you know you can effectively remove them with just one item you probably already have in your pantry? Here's an easy and effective way to get rid of your hard water stains!
Time: 1 HoursCost: $0Difficulty: Easy
... or this? If you have vinegar, paper towels, and one hour of time, you can completely remove these stains.
Take a look at these before and afters! The hard water/mineral deposits are completely GONE. For the full tutorial, click HERE.
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