To remove hard water stains on glass, clean the item frequently with hard water stain removers formulated specifically for glass. Prevent hard water stains by cleaning the glass immediately after it comes into contact wi... More »

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Hard water stains on glass can usually be removed with vinegar, warm water, baking soda and a mild dishwashing detergent. More persistent stains on large glass surfaces such as shower doors may need to be treated with co... More »

Cleaning a car with dish soap and white vinegar removes hard water stains from the car's windows and body. For extremely stubborn stains, a product such as CRL may be used. It is very important to not leave cleaning prod... More »

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Options for treating hard water spots from a dishwasher include adding white vinegar to the automatic rinse aid cycle, reducing the amount of detergent you use and installing a water softener. The spots form as the heati... More »

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To remove cooking oil stains, scrape excess oil off with a butter knife, rub liquid dish detergent into the stain, let the item sit for five minutes, wash the item with the hottest recommended water for the fabric, and c... More »

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Remove grease stains by pretreating the stains with a solvent-based stain remover, washing the item with the hottest water recommended for the garment, inspecting the item for any stain residue and repeating the treatmen... More »

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To minimize hard water buildup, decalcify the dishwasher regularly with white vinegar. Pour 2 cups of vinegar in a drinking glass, or place 1 cup of vinegar in two separate glasses, and put the glass or glasses in an oth... More »

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