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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 »

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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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There are numerous household products that remove hard water spots from glass, including white vinegar, baking soda, toothpaste, dish washing detergent and cola. It is also possible to use commercial products such as ste... More »

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