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  • Livia Hîncu

    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!

  • Willene Hovis

    DIY- Hard water stain remover: vinegar, lemon juice, dish soap.

  • Deb Britton

    DIY hard water stains remover. Only need THREE ingredients!--all the comments say it works. I did this with just vinegar and dawn and it worked. I am thinking the lemon juice will just make it work even better.

  • Sara Johnson Ramos

    DIY Hard Water remover - Vinegar, dish soap, and lemon juice. (I'm looking forward to trying this! Just rubbing a lemon is great for minor hard water marks, but not quite enough for really caked on ones.)

  • Delane Perry

    dish soap, vinegar, lemon juice solution to clean hard water stains

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