How To Remove Hard Water Deposits Off Of Faucets And Sinks

How To Remove Hard Water Deposits Off Of Faucets And Sinks

Angela Markus

Hard water deposits can make your newest surfaces look unpleasant. Hard water contains a high amount of mineral deposits like lime, silica, and calcium. After constant use, the dried water spots leaves deposits behind. The unsightly spots on glass or ceramic surfaces, particularly in bathrooms and kitchens can be a bother and unattractive. If you’re tired of looking at the brown or white scum that have collected in your living spaces, you are not alone.

Crouton Crakerjacks shows how hard water deposits changed the look of his faucet after three years of use. With just one ingredient and some elbow grease, the surface looks brand new. He bought distilled white vinegar and poured some into a small bowl. He saturated a piece of fabric with the vinegar and placed it over the base of the pipe. He poured more vinegar over the cloth and allowed it to sit for an hour.

After the hour, you can see there is a significant amount of the deposits have been removed. He then took an old sponge and removed the remaining deposits. In places where he did not drench with the vinegar, he repeated the process.

The result is a brand new looking faucet. This can be used in all areas of the home where hard water deposits are a problem.

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