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- April 14, 2017 at 1:28 pm #377665
Remove hard water stains with this diy epsom salt scrub
if your sinks, tub, toilet, shower, etc show each and every hard water stain, here’s a very simple homemade epsom salt scrub that will make things sparkle.
i’ve got glass shower doors & ceramic tiles that show every hard water stain in my bathroom, and with them, i have the constant frustration of keeping everything clean. annoying hard water stains can easily make things look dingy — even when they’re not.
so, here’s how we stopped scouring with harsh chemicals that were bad for our septic and attacked hard water stains with a homemade eco-friendly epsom salt that leaves the entire shower sparkling.
basically, it’s an exfoliating scrub for your bath!
Ingredients: small mixing bowl, 1 cup Epsom salts, 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/4 cup liquid dawn dish soap, regular unscented
Combine all ingredients in a small mixing bowl. Wet a wash cloth with hot water, wring it out, dip the cloth in mixture and apply it to the stain. Let it set on the stain for a few minutes, then gently scrub the stain off.
This eco-friendly Epsom salt scrub removes difficult hard water stains in seconds!
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- April 23, 2018 at 5:53 am #464713
Thank for sharing this tips.I searching for solution for how to remove hard water stains. This tips very useful for me and it’s very easy method also.
- January 3, 2019 at 7:22 pm #465135
I feel your pain, when we lived in the midwest we had the absolute worst hard water and lime scale. Another interesting trick I learned (accidentally!) was that white wine works well to remove lime scale. Wet a cloth and apply it or pour some in a spritz bottle.
Spray the surface, let it set a few minutes, then scrub gently with a magic eraser.
- March 7, 2019 at 11:51 am #465276
A few squirts of glass cooktop/stove cleaner worked well for me, it was all I had on hand so I squirted it and rubbed it into the area with an old toothbrush. Let it set for half and hour or so, then scrub it away.
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