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How to Get Rid of Hard Water Stains in a Toilet

Cleaning tip: How to use vinegar and baking soda to remove hard water stains from your toilet bowl.

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from POPSUGAR Smart Living UK

Attack Hard Water Stains With an Epsom Salts Scrub

If you've got glass shower doors or tiles that show every hard water stain in your bathroom, then you understand the constant frustration of keeping everything looking clean. Hard water stains make things look dingy — even when they're not. Stop

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from Mom Inspired Life

Soap and Vinegar Cleaner

Soap and Vinegar Cleaner. This cleaner was a miracle worker on my glass shower doors! It removed hard water spots and soap scum when nothing else would!

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Mix 1 c. flour, 1 c. salt, 1/2 c. water. Knead into dough, roll it out about 1/4 in. thick. Make a footprint. Use a straw to put 3 holes. big toe, little toe, middle toe. Put your ornament in oven at 200 deg. until dough gets hard all the way through. (This will take several hours I usually cook them over night). Let cool and paint with acrylic paints. When dry varnish (polycrylic) with 3 coats front and back to protect. When dry put pipe cleaners through the 2 side holes and form into…

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from POPSUGAR Smart Living UK

Attack Hard Water Stains With an Epsom Salts Scrub

If you've got glass shower doors or tiles that show every hard water stain in your bathroom, then you understand the constant frustration of keeping everything looking clean. Hard water stains make things look dingy — even when they're not. Stop

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from Jodeze Home and Garden

Remove hard water stains with this DIY Epsom Salt scrub

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Removing hard water from glass, 1/2 spraybottle Vinegar, 1/4 dish soap and 1/4 lemon juice. spray, let sit 10 min, scrub with brush, squeegie, dry with cloth. SHINE!

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