We all know the chemical stain removers that are available these days, but there are some natural tried and tested methods that are just as effective. Not only are they cheap to make, they cause less damage to the environment and can be simply flushed down the toilet when you're finished!
Get a clean spray bottle. Once the bottle has been cleaned, pour the white vinegar into the spray bottle.
Spray the solution over the sink or tub. Use the spray bottle to cover the hard water stain with the white vinegar and wait for a few minutes.
Spray more solution if the stains are stubborn. If the stain is not dissolving away, spray more vinegar and wait a while longer.
Wipe away the stain. Use a soft cloth to remove the solution and enjoy the sparkle!
Scrub gently with baking soda. Sometimes stains are extra stubborn. For this, make a paste of white vinegar and baking soda and scrub gently with a soft brush or sponge. Abrasive cleaners like scouring pads, powders or steel wool will scratch the surface so it's a good idea not to use these.
Patrick Henry is a recognised industry expert in removing hard water stains. He teaches people how to remove stubborn hard water stains and limescale using a step by step guide. He is author of the popular ebook "Hard Water Stain Removal Secrets Revealed" which is available from his website.