Removing hard water stains from granite

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Any solutions to the hard water stains that accumulate around the kitchen faucet, on granite tops? oyyyy...
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  • Sherrie Sherrie on Aug 06, 2013
    Since I don't know the brand I went to the marble institute of America. They suggest 0000 steel wool lightly buff. But if you know who you purchased it from I would always call and ask them first.

  • Donna McFarland Donna McFarland on Aug 06, 2013
    Thank you Sherrie!

  • Rozanne M Rozanne M on Aug 08, 2013
    I used a pumice stone on that area only. The pumice stone must be wet so it doesn't scratch the surface. I now make it a point to wipe the area with granite cleaner so it does not build up. The pumice stone is used on toliet bowls to remove built up calcium deposits and does not scratch if used according to directions.

  • Donna McFarland Donna McFarland on Aug 10, 2013
    Thanks Rozanne! It's a lil scary, that thought, but who knows??

  • Donna McFarland Donna McFarland on Jan 08, 2016
    Thank you Juju...I see why that would be helpful & will try it!