Thursday, 25 June 2009

Hard Water Stains - Cheap Ways to Remove Them From Sinks, Bath Tubs and Toilets!

There are some simple ways to remove hard water stains quickly and easily that will remove even the most stubborn stains and make your fixtures and fittings literally sparkle like new!

One of the most overlooked factors when dealing with hard water stains is realizing that they contain either calcium or magnesium. Therefore, they can be tackled by using a completely natural acid such as vinegar that is found all around the home and is totally safe to use and will save you hundreds of dollars on expensive cleaning products!

Some of the most common household items that tend to accumulate limescale are sinks,bath tubs and toilet bowls. However, knowing the simple ways to get rid of these ugly stains and restore them to their former sparkling glory is something that has been achieved with simple natural products by people who know without the need for potentially harmful chemicals that could poison your children or pets.

Natural Formula to Use:

Pure white vinegar

Method to Use:

1. Fill a clean spray bottle with pure vinegar

2. Spray the vinegar freely over the sink or bath tub and wait for a few minutes

3. If stains are stubborn spray more vinegar and wait a while longer

4. Simply wipe away with a clean cloth to reveal the shine


For toilet bowls add 1 liter of vinegar to the bowl itself and scrub with a toilet brush to dissolve away hard water stains that has built up over time. Also, by adding 1 liter of pure vinegar to the cistern (tank at back of toilet) this not only removes any stains from there but also removes any from underneath the rim on the next flush!

Sometimes stains are extra stubborn, for this make a paste of white vinegar and baking soda and scrub gently with a soft brush or sponge. Never use an abrasive cleaner like scouring pads, powders or steel wool as this will scratch the surface.

Warm Regards,

Patrick Henry

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