How do I remove salt deposits?

Answer 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 »

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How to Clean a Silver Plate That Has Salt Deposits?

Many preservation and restoration professionals recommend that people handle silver only with clean gloves and never with bare hands; the salt and oil in human skin can severely damage silver. Acco... 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 »

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 to Remove Calcium Deposits?

Calcium deposits on the body's tendons, known as calcific tendonitis, can be painful, and even debilitating in severe cases. The deposits most commonly affect the shoulder, although they can appear... Read More »