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Use Scrubbing Bubbles for Hard Water Spots

My husband read so many solutions on removing hard water spots on windows, but nothing ever worked for him. The windshield on our motor home was so stained from the water that would run down it, that we tried everything on the market just like so many others. We bought so many products from acid wash, scrub with SOS, to Comet.

I always use Scrubbing Bubbles for everything in my house. I told my husband for so long to try Scrubbing Bubbles but he always told me, "No that isn't going to work", until one day when he was frantic, he did try Scrubbing Bubbles along with extra fine steel wool. He couldn't believe his eyes. The glass is crystal clear and just like new. Now he won't use anything else just like I won't use any other product except for Scrubbing Bubbles inside.

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So every one who is at their worst with hard water spots please use this product. It really does work. I know this sounds like a infomercial, just try for yourself.

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By Peewee the Cat and Family from San Bernardino

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February 20, 20130 found this helpful

Thank you soooo much! I have tried everything with no results. Just got done trying your method and I can't believe the stains are gone. Never ever would have thought of using scrubbing bubbles. Took some muscle power and I used a scrubbing sponge instead of steel wool (didn't have any at the time), but it worked just the same.

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July 15, 20130 found this helpful

Awesome solution! I can't believe how well this worked. We had tried everything imaginable and had just about given up. You just have to remember to rinse the Scrubbing Bubbles off and buff afterwards but the windows are crystal clear. Bless you.

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August 17, 20130 found this helpful

Unfortunately, didn't work for me. I guess my water spots were older and tougher. I also scrubbed plenty, helped a little, but spots not entirely gone.

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September 25, 20130 found this helpful

What kind of Scrubbing Bubbles did you use? There are so many different products. Thank you

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October 6, 20130 found this helpful

I just tried the scrubbing bubbles on my sulfer water stained sliding glass doors and I am so happy that, with the first try, most of it is gone. I used the scrubbing portion of my kitchen sponge and a little elbow grease and the window is mostly perfect. I figure I will repeat the process a few more times and it will be totally gone. Thank you so much for this solution.

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April 19, 20140 found this helpful

Awesome! Two years of sprinkler overspray on this one exterior window and vinegar, my usual favorite for hard water deposits, only helped a little, maybe 5-10% for each spray and scrub. Its hard to let it soak, like I usually do, when most of it runs off. We gave up quickly.

So we found this site and tried the Scrubbing Bubbles, which I had on hand because I like them for bathroom cleaning, and they worked really well! First pass we wiped it around with paper towels fairly soon after spraying and was not sure it helped. Cleaned the window again with glass plus and it was about 50% better!

Second pass we sprayed it on heavily and let it sit about 3-5 minutes, then wiped/scrubbed it around with paper towels and then cleaned with paper towels and the Glass Plus. Crystal Clean! I never would have thought of it but It really worked! Thank you!

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January 19, 20150 found this helpful

We have lived in our new home about 15 months, sprinkler system was installed about 12 months ago; however, only one window has hard water build up, but both were sprayed with the water. I've tried every thing I've read about and so far, nothing has helped the one window...even left LCR (Lime Calcium Rust) gel to sit for one hour. Shown is that window with the LCR which was all over that one pane & wiped off. Any more suggestions?

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April 5, 20160 found this helpful

Worked like a charm! Thank you!

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July 5, 20160 found this helpful

I tried many different products on my windows and then read your article about usingScrubbing Bubbles and i can say it did the trick.

Windows look great!

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August 6, 20160 found this helpful

It worked great. ..thanks

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October 22, 20160 found this helpful

Try Lysol toilet bowl cleaner with Windex or such.

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January 16, 20171 found this helpful

Oh my goodness. This was an amazing solution. Not only did it remove the hard water stains made by the sprinklers, it removed stains that I had no idea what they were on the sliding glass doors. When I sprayed the scrubbing bubbles I realized it was dried paint from the house being painted with a sprayer. The scrubbing bubbles took it right off where no other cleaner could begin to remove it. I used to use Scrubbing Bubbles all the time. Guess it is time to go back to doing so again. You are a lifesaver and also saved my wallet over 1000 since I thought I was going to have to replace the sliding glass doors!

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February 21, 20170 found this helpful

What is scrubbing bubbles ???

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April 29, 20170 found this helpful

It's a brand of bathroom and kitchen cleanser.

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April 24, 20170 found this helpful

Am selling my house and was not happy about the hard water spots on all the windows. This WORKS GREAT! I am so glad to have this in my tool box for the future.

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April 29, 20170 found this helpful

4/29/17 Tried alcohol, oven cleaner, vinegar, toothpaste then Scrubbing bubbles and it worked with years of hard water stains on my bedroom windows.

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May 5, 20170 found this helpful

Hi - Thank you so much! The Scrubbing Bubbles worked with the 0000 steel wool to clean 6 huge floor to ceiling window panels between the dining room and pool area in time for our dinner party tomorrow. Whew. Ammonia, then Windex did nothing. To really have it work I sprayed on the SB and did a quick cleaning with the wool to spread it around. I left that on for about 10 minutes and then went back and seriously but quickly scrubbed again with the steel wool. Washed that off with the hose, then squeegied and wiped dry. Bingo -- clear as a bell. Thank you so much to everyone who contributed to this topic.

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July 9, 20170 found this helpful

i tried Scrubbing Bubbles and it actually helped a lot thanks for the tip

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