5 effective ways to remove hard water stains for good

Hard water plagues our homes. No matter how much you clean an area, stains always creep up on you and seem harder and harder to get rid of. You might think wiping down the surface with a regular cleaner will do the trick, but you need something that specifically breaks down the minerals that have caked on your surface.
This is where salt, baking soda, vinegar and hydrogen peroxide come into play. These awesome, gunk-fighting solutions will make your surfaces look good as new. We've searched the web and found the ultimate solutions for the biggest problem areas of the home. Check it out, and let us know what you think!
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Epsom salt for faucets
An Epsom salt mixture will lift those tough stains quickly and easily. Check out how with the help of the video below:
Hydrogen peroxide for the shower
Once hard water stains take over your shower, it's hard to get rid of them. That's why you'll want to check out the homemade solution in the video below:
Baking soda and vinegar for drinking glasses
Over time, hard water makes your favorite drinking glasses become foggy and discolored. This milky film won't come off no matter how many times you soak it or put it in the dishwasher. Instead, you need to try the technique below:
Windows with apple cider vinegar
Are your windows white and streaky? Tackle this tricky hard water spot with the technique below:
Pumice stone for the toilet
You know those pumice stones used to scrub your feet during a pedicure? Well, this tiny tool works miracles on your toilet too. Check it out:
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