How do I remove lime deposits?

Answer 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 »

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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 mineral& lime deposits?

VinegarPour 1 cup of white vinegar into a bowl. Dip a clean sponge into the vinegar and scrub the stained areas. (Vinegar works on tubs and sinks, as well as glass.) Rinse with clean water.Abrasive... Read More »

How do I remove lime deposits in dishwashers?

Vinegar RinseRemove all metal objects after a wash cycle, and add at least 2 cups of plain white vinegar instead of dishwasher detergent. Switch to the energy saver dry cycle, or air dry dishes aft... Read More »

How do I remove lime deposits from a toilet?

Pour a cup of vinegar into the toilet and let it sit for at least three hours, or overnight when possible. Scrub the toilet with a toilet bowl brush, and flush the toilet. Repeat as needed until al... Read More »