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Remove Hard Water Deposits From Faucets

To remove vinegar deposits that accumulate on faucets from hard water, fill a bag with vinegar and tie the bag to the faucet. Allow the faucet to soak in the vinegar for a couple of hours. When you remove the bag, the deposits should be gone. Repeat if necessary.

Remove Hard Water Deposits From Faucets

Be sure you don't leave it on too long; I did and the vinegar put holes in my faucet!


By terdralynn

Remove Hard Water Deposits From Faucets

In TX, we have really hard water. Suave shampoo, clear in color, and a green scrub pad works and also Barkeeper's Friend works well too. Both of these work in showers and on glass shower doors.

By suzi homemaker


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August 20, 20160 found this helpful

Did this & worked well. But now have what looks like water spots on the faucet. Anyone know what will remove this?

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October 25, 20160 found this helpful

I tried everything on my shower grab bar. I finally got out my metal polish, and all spots are gone! Easy as could be, and now as shiny as new.

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