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  • Melissa Beall

    Removing water stains around the faucet. Soak paper towels in white vinegar and wrap them around your faucet.

  • Dawn Lajb

    How to remove mineral deposits: 1 - Soak a couple of paper towels in white vinegar and wrap them around your faucet 2 - every hour or so scrub a little and add more vinegar until gone.

  • Melinda Ulmer

    remove mineral deposits from your bathroom sinks with vinegar...

  • Lorna Schudy

    Cleaning mineral deposits from sinks. Soak a few paper towels in white vinegar, wrap around base of faucet, and leave on for a few hours. Trying this one!

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