Question by  peacock (36)

What is the best way to remove hard water deposits?

It's all built up around the faucets in a property I just bought.


Answer by  t123 (520)

One homemade remedy is a vinegar and lemon mixture. Mix one cup of vinegar with one tablespoon of lemon juice. Spray mixture on faucets for a few minutes. Then rinse.


Answer by  Ilija (155)

You should use white vinegar. If the deposits are thick, you should wait more than a half hour after your pour it, and after that do not use in any case metal scraper to remove it because you may damage the surface. Afterwards try to remove it with some warm towels, and if that does not work use plastic scraper.


Answer by  YarnGirl (333)

Soak a rag in vinegar and wrap it around the faucet for a couple of hours. Keep repeating until the faucets are clean. When they're almost clean, try using Mr Clean Magic Eraser on them, it might help get the last bits off.


Answer by  Blyndde (51)

The best thing to do is to get a water softener or get salt for the one you have and re was the dishes or whatever with the despite.


Answer by  mascota (639)

you could either buy a cleaning product to do this or you could apply neat lemon juice to the area. If the problem is by the taps soak cotton wool with lemon juice and leave on area for a while then rinse off.

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