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  • Ale Fiallos

    DIY Hard Water Remover: For extreme hard water stains, I would suggest pouring a little baking soda on the tough spots first, let it sit for 5 mins and rinse before doing this remedy. Fill up nearly half of a spray bottle with vinegar.Now add 1/4 cup lemon juice. Fill up the majority of the remaining space in spray bottle with your soap of choice.Shake up that bottle and soak those stubborn stains baby. Let it sit for 30 mins…. Now, time to scrub that grime away.Rinse and dry.

  • Andie Mcdowell

    Hardwater stain remover: soak in baking soda 1/2 bottle vinegar 1/4 lemon juice Fill up dish soap Soak 30 minutes

  • Maria Teresa de Bracamonte

    Remove hard Water Stain Remover: Fill up a spray bottle 1/2 way with vinegar, 1/4 cup Lemon Juice and fill the rest with any dish soap of your choice. Shake and soak the stain areas. Let sit for 30 minutes and scrub away!

  • Tracey Pugh

    DIY hard water stains remover. Only need THREE ingredients! Lemon juice vinegar and dish soap - maybe baking Soda too!

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