How to Remove Mineral Deposits That Build Up in a Mr. Coffee Machine?

Answer A slow, sputtering Mr. Coffee coffee maker could be the sign of mineral deposits clogging the machine. The magnesium, calcium and other minerals in hard water can cling to the pipes inside the mach... Read More »

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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 mineral deposits from a showerhead?

Unscrew the shower head from the neck. Fill a microwavable bowl large enough to hold the shower head with vinegar, a product that acts as a natural mineral solvent. Heat the vinegar on high for 30 ... Read More »

How to Remove Mineral Deposits From Hair?

Mineral deposits are chemical residues and minerals that are often found in chlorinated swimming pools, bathwater and styling products. According to Maggie Greenwood-Robinson, author of "Hair Saver... Read More »

How do I remove mineral deposits from a toilet bowl?

Place a pair of rubber gloves on your hands, and scrub the mineral deposits off of the toilet bowl with a pumice stone. The pumice stone is strong and abrasive enough to remove the deposits, but wi... Read More »