Domestic cleaning tips on how to clean hard water stains

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Domestic Cleaning experts will get rid of hard water stains in your bathroom.

If you have ever employed professional cleaners, you were probably impressed by the many tricks of the trade that they were able to use to clean your home.  These cleaners always have the knack to make their work look easy.

Hard water is created when water has a high mineral content. It keeps soap from producing a good lather and it also dries out skin and can form deposits that clog plumbing.

Two of the best substances that you can use as a home-made cleaning product due to their high acidity are white vinegar and lemon juice.  Apply either of these at full strength and their natural acid ought to eat away and loosen the hard water from almost any surface.

If the vinegar or lemon juice alone does not seem to do the trick, here is another trick you can try. Simply combine one cup of vinegar or lemon juice with half a cup of borax, baking soda, or cream of tartar. In order to safely combine the two ingredients, put the powder compound in a bowl or cup. Slowly pour the liquid into the powder and stir well until it forms a paste.

Apply the paste you have just created to the hard water stain using a rubber glove or spatula. Let it stand for ten to fifteen minutes. Once the paste has had a chance to soften the stain, scrub it with a sponge or brush. If the stain has not completely disappeared, make another batch and repeat the process.

If your bathroom or kitchen is suffering from really bad hard water marks then you could save yourself a lot of time and energy by calling a cleaning company that supplies regular domestic cleaning. Not only will they remove all traces of these troublesome stains, they will also take preventive measures to ensure that the place remains sparkling.

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