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How To Easily Remove Lime and Hard Water Stains

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Every now and then, I trip over a cleaning solution and love sharing them with you. I’ve battled with some lime or hard water stains in my bathroom and they’ve been driving me nuts. I’ve tried a few different products as well as a water-vinegar solution that just wasn’t working until I found this! If you need to remove lime and hard water stains you are going to love this easy solution too. 

Remove Lime and Hard Water Stains

Removing Lime and Hard Water Stains

Actually, that crusty white stain I’ve been battling around my faucet it excess calcium and is usually nothing more than mineral deposits, but can be very frustrating to remove. I’ve tried a few different products and the next day, the stains would reappear. After all, aside from wanting our water to taste the best it can, we want our sink areas to look good too! 

If you use this on granite – It’s worth mentioning that I didn’t have any issues using this product on my granite. It was only on the countertop for a few minutes, and I washed it off really well afterward. I’m sure some folks might say it’s not good to use this on granite, but I did not have any issues and it’s been over two weeks since the application. 

Watch my video below that details exactly how I was able to get rid of my hard water stains easily! 

I even tried a vinegar and water solution and that worked for a day or so until that annoying crusty stain resurfaced. Then, I thought well, I have this Lysol Lime & Rust Cleaner – let’s try that. Bam! It worked. And the best part is they have not reappeared! If they do come back, I know the fix takes a few easy minutes. At around $3.00 a bottle, it’s a pretty inexpensive fix too. 

Remove Lime and Hard Water Stains

It’s so annoying when your whole bathroom is spotless except for these nasty crusty-looking stains around your faucet or anywhere in your bathrooms. This works great on my toilet bowls too and removed every drop of discoloration or hard water build-up stains. 

Remove Lime and Hard Water Stains

Next time you have to remove lime and hard water stains be sure to try Lysol Lime & Rust Remover. I love sharing these cleaning hacks with you because I know how I always am thrilled when I discover an easy way to clean something in my home – like when I discovered this cleaning hack for my dirty screen and front door – wow – you are definitely going to want to read that one! 

Remove Lime and Hard Water Stains

It was difficult taking a picture of what was behind the faucet but I think you can tell just how nasty it was back there. 

Remove Lime and Hard Water Stains

Let me know if you have any questions below in the comment section. So far, the stains have not reappeared, but I now know what to do when these stains rear their ugly heads once again!

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12 Comments

  1. Such a timely post Carolann. I am doing my pre Christmas clean up and noticed calcium build up in my bathroom. This is perfect, thanks for the recommendation.

  2. This is so cool that Lysol Bowl Cleaner is good for the faucets too. I am excited to try it and so appreciate the tip.

  3. Great tip Carolann I’ve used it for cleaning the grout on bathroom floor and it works like a charm awesome stuff for sure.

  4. I was wondering what the best way to easily remove lime and hard water stains —now BOOM Lysol Lime & Rust Cleaner! Gonna try this one Carolann Thanks!

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