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Pour vinegar over calcium deposits to dissolve them. For heavier build-up, saturate a rag with vinegar, and place it around the fixture to soften the deposit. Use an old toothbrush to scrub the calcium away, rinse the fi... More »

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Calcium deposits are treated with rest, ice, pain and anti-inflammatory medications, and gentle exercises that improve range of motion, explains WebMD. In more painful situations, a doctor may inject steroid medicine int... More »

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Calcium deposits on a person's brain can be serious, according to GlobalMD, and can even be life-threatening. Calcium deposits on the brain can be associated with brain tumors or can be abnormally deposited on areas of t... More »

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Clean a stained fiberglass tub using a professional-grade mildew, calcium and rust cleaner, such as CLR, or using household items like dish or laundry detergent, baking soda and vinegar. Use a soft-bristled scrubbing bru... More »

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Hard water deposits occur due to minerals in water. Stains vary in color, depending upon the type of mineral. Most stains can be removed by using acidic or abrasive cleaners, chlorine bleach or specialty cleaners designe... More »

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