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  • Heidi (Vance) Beaschler

    Soak paper towels in vinegar and wrap around faucets. wait an hour and wipe off. Cleaning power of Vinegar! (To remove hard water deposits)

  • April Pass

    How to Remove Hard Water- clean faucets by soaking paper towels in vinegar and placing them around areas needed- let soak about 20 minutes then scrub it off. Works with refrigerator in-door dish too.

  • Carry Perrier

    Soak paper towels in vinegar and wrap around faucets. wait an hour and wipe off. Cleaning power of Vinegar! Great to help remove hard water stains.

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Soak paper towels in vinegar and wrap around faucets. Wait an hour and wipe off. Ah ha!

Soak paper towels in vinegar, wrap around faucets, remove in an hour and wipe off!

Soak paper towels in vinegar and wrap around faucets. wait an hour and wipe off. Cleaning power of Vinegar!

Soak paper towels in vinegar and wrap around faucets. wait an hour and wipe off. Cleaning power of Vinegar!

Hard Water Remover - 1/2 spray bottle of white vinegar, 1/4 cup lemon juice, 1/2 spray bottle of dish soap. Spray on, let soak, scrub off. Use baking soda for really hard water deposits.

Soak paper towels in vinegar and wrap around faucets. Wait an hour and wipe off.

Remove hard water deposits with two simple ingredients you probably have on hand.

Removing Red Wine-it's WORK REALLY.. Here are some ways to ensure that it doesn't stay there for long. On delicate fabrics: Soak the spot with denatured alcohol. Flush with white vinegar to remove residual stain. On sturdy fabrics: Coat stain with salt; let stand for five minutes. Stretch stained area over a bowl; secure with a rubber band. Place in sink; carefully pour boiling water over stain from a height of at least a foot.

Soak a paper towel in vinegar and wrap around sink fixtures for about an hour to remove hard water stains

Good places to check for mold are under sinks, in your basement and just anywhere that may have retained moisture at some point. If you find it, you can easily remove it with regular vinegar.

Two simple ingredients are all it takes to remove hard water deposits. Who knew?