Removing Hard Water Stains Naturally!

1 Hour
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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!
Do you have hard water stains/mineral deposits that look like this?
... 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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  • Ray Bassett Ray Bassett on Oct 02, 2018

    Will this work in toilets? I continuously have “ring around the toilet”.

  • Cathy Cathy on Jul 27, 2019

    I tried vinager or my black faucet it doesn’t work! Hard water build up

  • Kathleen ciak Kathleen ciak on Dec 10, 2020

    I HAVE A BLACK BUG ON MY STOVE THE SIZE OF A PIN HEAD NO ARMS OR LEGS AND THE ONLY COME ON THE STOVE I HAVE USED EVERY SPRAY FOR BUGS BUT

    THEY ALWAYS COME BACK DO YOU KNOW HOW TO GET RID OF THEM

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  • Marietta Marietta on Jun 06, 2017
    ABSOLUTELY AMAZING - IT WORKED JUST LIKE YOU SAID IT WOULD!!!!
    My sink is 9 years old and takes a beating daily. I had reverted to Mr. Clean Magic Erasers because that was the only thing that worked.
    This worked better- less scrubbing-AND AT A TREMENDOUS SAVING.
    THANK YOU.

  • Amm22461498 Amm22461498 on Oct 20, 2017
    Terrific idea. The vinegar and paper towels idea completely cleaned the hard water buildup from my glass bird bath. It looks new. I didn't have to scrub it at all.

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