How to Remove Windshield Deposits?

Answer 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 »

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How to Remove Windshield Wiper Marks From a Windshield?

Windshields take a lot of abuse. Dirt and grime accumulate from the road, and windshield wipers leave seemingly unmanageable streaks. Whether it's time to get new windshield wipers or clean the car... 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 scale deposits?

Common Household TreatmentsUse a 50-50 solution of water and vinegar to remove a variety of scale, lime scale deposits and rust stains on faucets, shower doors and toilets. Use a spray bottle, spon... 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 »