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How to Get Rid of Hard Water Stains (Lime Scale)

by Cat Carson
Hard water refers to any water source that contains high levels of dissolved minerals, particularly calcium and magnesium. These minerals leave behind white deposits that build up and become unsightly stains called lime scale. Getting rid of lime scale can be a real chore, but a few common household...
Phlyscia Miller
Phlyscia Miller • 1 year ago

How to Get Rid of Hard Water Stains (Lime Scale) naturally

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