Hard water stains on glass can be difficult to remove. Glass can be a mirror in the bathroom, shower doors, windows, or glasses that you drink from. Hard water can come from the shower or faucet in the bathroom, the faucet in the kitchen, or the dishwasher.
There are a number of things you can use to try and remove the hard water stains. Some work well, some take a lot of elbow grease, and some are easy and work well. Here are a few suggestions you can use.
Vinegar and Baking Soda
Vinegar and baking soda is a natural cleaner that works well. Itís an inexpensive way to remove hard water stains from glass items. To use this type of cleaner, youíll need a sponge and the cleaner. A little elbow grease will help make this work.
Laundry Stain Remover
Laundry stain remover is another option youíll have for cleaning glass. This type of stain remover is designed to remove all types of stains from clothing. Itís probably something you already have in your home and is fairly inexpensive.
Eyeglass cleaner may also work. Youíll need to spray this on a wash cloth and wipe it off. Depending on the amount of glass you have, it may take quite a bit of cleaner to get this job done.
Lemons clean a lot of things and work very well. All youíll need is a wash cloth to make this work.
Distilled Water and Vinegar
Removing hard water stains can be tricky. Using a mixture of half distilled water and have vinegar with a wash cloth will work. Put this mixture in a spray bottle and spray it directly on the glass.
Oven cleaner works well on hard water stains. This type of cleaner is designed to clean baked on food that may have been in the oven for days or weeks. Hard water stains on glass can be difficult to clean so this is why oven cleaner works well for this problem.
There are several other cleaners and natural mixtures that can be used to clean the glass. Search online or go to the grocery store and ask an employee if they can offer you suggestions.
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