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|Posted on December 30, 2014 at 7:18 AM||comments (3)|
HARD WATER STAINS
During home watch visits a house can sit for two weeks to a month without any movement. Between the higher temperature of the interior home and the evaporation of water in the toilets sometimes a hard water ring forms in the toilet. This can happen even if water is sitting to the proper water level.
An etching affect happens and even if you scratch the etch line you cannot remove the ring around the toilet bowl.
This procedure might help. Turn the water valve OFF. Flush the toilets so very little water enters the bowl. Squeeze a good amount of "whink" Rust Stain Remover around the rim and ring line. Wait 5 minutes and brush with toilet scrub brush that has good scrubbing power. Turn the water back on and flush. This should help out a lot. I take this with me on my home watches in case I need a little boost. Let me know how it works for you.
|Posted on March 5, 2013 at 10:24 PM||comments (0)|
|Posted on January 5, 2013 at 7:50 AM||comments (20)|
I really love working with baking soda and vinegar. I sprinkling a little Arm & Hammer Pure Baking Soda in a stainless steel sink with a little fizzing action of white vinegar and give it a little scrub with a soft cloth.
For sensitive skin wear rubber gloves. Rinse good, dry and polish with your favorite stainless steel cleaner. Buff one more time for a streak free shine.
Watch out! It’s addicting.
Give it a little scrub with a soft cloth. For sensitive skin wear rubber gloves.
Rinse good, dry and polish with your favorite stainless steel cleaner.
Buff one more time for a
streak free shine.
|Posted on December 24, 2012 at 6:31 AM||comments (7)|
Cleaning with Vinegar has been very helpful in allowing us to not only achieve the removal of grease, grime, mineral deposits and much more. It has also helped us save money on cleaning products and create a healthier environment. Mixing our own natural household cleaning recipes using vinegar instead of purchasing powerful and expensive products is great, but what about the sour smell it leaves behind? We have visited our local Fresh Market or Whole Food store and purchased a handful of bath salts. When asked to wash the floors with vinegar we sprinkle a Tablespoon of bath salt into a bucket of very hot water and have managed to reduce the sour smell of the vinegar in half. You can actually smell the bath salt over powering the vinegar. It just makes me smile.
Note: Every floor has its own texture and finish. Experiment with hot water, vinegar and bath salt solution in a small area first. Vinegar solutions are not made for every surface.
|Posted on June 21, 2012 at 10:49 PM||comments (8)|
|Posted on June 21, 2012 at 12:02 PM||comments (14)|