How do I get rid of mineral deposits on my bathtub faucet?

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How do I get rid of mineral deposits in my bathtub faucet?

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  • Laura Cooper Laura Cooper on Aug 30, 2018

    Hi Carol! Vinegar is your friend. Heat will activate it. Try to rig up a dish or plastic bag around your faucet. Let it soak in straight vinegar for awhile. Then rinse. CLR is like an industrial strength vinegar if you need more power.

  • Lisa S. Lisa S. on Aug 30, 2018

    White vinegar store brand. Put in a container. Then container in a plastic bag. Tie around faucet. Soak overnight.

  • Karen Karen on Aug 31, 2018

    The vinegar works like a charm. I use it in a small sandwich bag and tie it off with a rubber band. I put it on my shower head overnight to get calcium deposits out of the shower head. Also works well on tile walls inside of the shower. Of course it does smell but just throw clear water or spray with a water bottle on the tile to remove any smell.

  • Michelle Michelle on Sep 01, 2018

    Mixture half vinegar and half dawn soap in spray bottle. Spray and scrub to suds up then leave it for a bit. Add more and scrub more every 30-45 mins. This works on shower doors, windows that sprinklers hit, pet dishes - that white crunchy will go away from most things with this wonderful mix .