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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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Products for removing paint vary depending on the types of paint and surface. Products such as Turtle Wax Renew Rx Scratch and Swirl remove paint transfers on automobiles, and a mixture of chemical strippers containing m... More »

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To remove a water stain from leather, wipe the stained area with a sponge soaked with water, blot the surface of the leather with a dry, clean cloth and allow it to dry. Once the surface is completely dry, soften and con... More »

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Remove water stains from brushed nickel with a simple vinegar and water solution. Mix equal parts water and food-grade white vinegar, and gently apply the solution to the stained brushed nickel using a soft cotton cloth ... More »

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To remove water stains on upholstery, vacuum the upholstery, spray it with a mixture of distilled water and distilled vinegar, blot the stain and dry the area using a hair dryer. Vacuuming the upholstery before cleaning ... More »

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Remove water stains from upholstery by spraying the stains with a solution of vinegar mixed with water, blotting the stain with a clean white towel, and letting it dry thoroughly. Test the solution in an inconspicuous sp... More »

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