Man Puts A Shirt With Vinegar On A Sink And An Hour Later Shows Off What’s Below
Even the newest sink faucet can look old when it's covered in hard water stains. But they can be so difficult to remove from surfaces, especially the chrome or silver of your kitchen sink faucets. If you're like most people, you most likely have hard water in your home, unless you have a water softener which helps to remove all of the hard minerals from your water. The reason it's called "hard water", is because it has a high mineral content whereas "soft water" has these harder elements removed from it. The limestone which the hard water is filtered through is made up of calcium and magnesium which is how these two minerals end up in the water. Hard water stains are caused by the calcium that's left behind after the water evaporates. You can try and prevent these hard water stains by drying the water spots off of your faucet, so they don't get a chance to evaporate. But if you've already gotten the spots on your sink faucet, then you'll need to learn how to remove them easily. Thanks to this awesome tutorial from Crouton Crackerjacks' YouTube channel, you'll learn how the best kitchen sink cleaner, and it doesn't require the use of non toxic cleaners.
The best kitchen sink cleaner is actually some plain white vinegar, especially for removing the hard water stains. Just use the same kind of distilled white vinegar you'd use for recipes. You may want to test a little bit of vinegar on your faucets, just to see how it reacts to the metal. Just take some vinegar and fill a bowl up with it, then get a rag or cloth that's big enough to wrap around your faucet and soak it in the vinegar in the bowl. Make sure the towel is really saturated with vinegar and then wrap it around your faucet, especially at the bottom of the faucet where the hard water deposits accumulate. Leave that to sit for at least an hour or overnight. The vinegar will break down the hard water build up by eating away at the hard water deposits. The vinegar will actually break down the minerals since it's very acidic. Remove the vinegar towel and then wipe away the build up. Use a softer scrubbing pad to scrub away any of the build up that's crusted on there, and you can even use an old toothbrush to get into the cracks. You can repeat the soaking if there are still hard water stains on the faucet, and then scrub some more. When you're happy with the results, just rinse the area with water and then dry with a clean, dry cloth.
This is the best kitchen sink cleaner for hard water stains, and it makes the job of getting hard water stains off much easier. Plus, you don't have to use all of the harsh chemical cleaners that people usually use for a job like this. You can use non toxic cleaners to clean your sink and pretty much anything else in your home. To clean the sink bowls, you can use baking soda as a powder cleanser to get rid of any residue and to scrub away food particles as well. Just sprinkle a good amount, about a 1/4 of a cup of baking soda into your sink basin and then add enough water to make a paste. Then scrub with a green scrubbing pad and rinse with warm water. Enjoy these effective and natural cleaning tips and be sure to try some of the other ones featured on the Crouton Crackerjacks YouTube channel and right here.***
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