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How to Remove Hard Water Stains

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How women jackets cheap remove these stains, depends on where they are. Phosphoric acid is the base of most cleaners, and even average household bathroom cleaners will have about 6% of this in the content. That may not be enough for stubborn stains or build up, however.

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Bleach can remove some stains, such as in the toilet, but should not be left there for long periods of time, as it can affect the shine of women jackets cheap enamel. Truly stubborn stains may need a commercial cleaner. However, if women jackets cheap have been trying other solutions first, be sure to rinse them away thoroughly, so there are no potentially harmful interactions between chemicals when women jackets cheap apply another cleaner.