How do I remove deposits from pennies?

Answer Causes of Copper Corrosion and DiscolorationYou will often find old pennies that are dark brown, black or covered with a green patina that is caused by exposure to oxygen. Pennies also become tarn... Read More »

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How to Remove Windshield Deposits?

Deposits stick to windshields, making them look dirty. Deposits come from minerals in the water -- iron, calcium, lime, rust -- road salt, dirt and other debris. Vinegar will remove the debris with... Read More »

How do you remove lime deposits?

You can remove lime deposits by leaving a vinegar soaked rag on the problem area for a few hours. Another option is to scrub the area with a toothbrush dipped in vinegar. A third option is a pumuce... Read More »

How do I remove salt deposits?

Create Mixture, Let It SitMix one part warm water to one part white vinegar in a spray bottle or large container. Take a mop (if cleaning a large area) or a washcloth (if cleaning a smaller area) a... Read More »

How do I remove lime deposits?

Wrap a rag that is moistened with vinegar around faucets that have lime deposits. Allow the rag to stay on the faucet for a minimum of 60 minutes. Lift the rag, and thoroughly rinse the faucets wit... Read More »