5 Easy Ways to Get Rid of Water Stains

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Water stains are sometimes due to the damages within your home’s structure or even in your plumbing system. These stains can swiftly stick onto the floors and walls but cannot be removed easily. If you are experiencing this type of dilemma right now then here are 5 easy ways to effectively get rid of water stains.

  1. Shower Doors

A shower door that is made of glass has a higher possibility of having water stains compared to those doors that are made of wood. In addition to this, the water stain is much more visible when it gets attached to your glass door or even concrete. There are a lot of chemical-based solutions available that you can purchase. But the thing is, this kind of solution can damage the glass.

In removing the water stain on the shower door, you will need ¼ of detergent and warm water. Just simply mix the two materials. Apply the mixture on the glass door by using a mesh sponge. Leave the mixture for about 10 minutes. Lastly, you can either, wash the glass door or just wipe it with the use of a clean washcloth.

  1. Clothes

There are some cases where you can rarely notice some water stains in your clothes. This is mainly because water stains do not have their own colour the moment it sticks on the clothes. The water stain will just make the colour of the clothes dull. You will never know the difference between the two if you are not that type of a suspicious homeowner.

To remedy this dilemma, you can use a water softener to get rid of the minerals found in the water which causes the water stain in clothes.

  1. Dishes

Dishes, plates and other kitchen utensils are also prone to water stains. The water stains can be visible to both silverware and other materials which make good utensils. Some might suggest you use vinegar in removing water stains. This may be because vinegar is widely known as an ingredient that is used as a cleaning solution. However, in this case, vinegar won’t solve your problem but it will just make the problem even worse. Vinegar applied on silverwares might lead to corrosion which will force you to just throw your utensils away since they would be of no use anymore.

However, we will still be using vinegar in this dilemma. But, we will only limit the usage of vinegar for utensils that are made of stainless steel. Wash a washcloth into the vinegar and start wiping your stained utensils. For the utensils that cannot handle the level of acidity of the vinegar, you can use a silver polish instead.

  1. Stainless Steel Sink

Once you notice some yellowish stains in your sink which stick to the side and near the opening of the drain, then this could be a water stain. Fortunately, a water stain is not that difficult to remove once it sticks on surfaces made of stainless steel.

An easy way to cure this is by the mixture of baking soda and warm water. Use a sponge to apply the paste on the area with a water stain.

  1. Bathtubs (Acrylic)

Bathtubs made of acrylic contain non-porous surfaces which avoid them from gathering filthy substances. This substance has the ability to stick and burrow in surfaces that are deep and uneven.

To cure this, prepare a mixture of ½ cup of vinegar ¼ cup of baking soda. Wipe the tub with the mixture by the use of a washcloth.