To remove mineral traces, just stop and think for a moment about what is the most practical cleaning solution to remove it? Now ... think hard!
Think about your kitchen?
What happens in your automatic Dish Washer?
Yep! Bingo! Automatic Dish Washing liquid. Simply make a "slightly" dilluted solution and dab or brush it on the affected area. Let it sit, and simply hose off. Repeat until it all disolves.
After all, what ARE water spots on your clear glasses inside your dish washer after all? Mineral deposits.... right!
Try it ... it works. Give it time to soak and very lightly rub with a soft cloth, re-apply, let it soak, and rinse, wip, and repeat. IT WILL disappear!
Automatic dish washing liquid solution also removes mineral deposits on glass shower stalls and around your faucets. It's great for getting deposits off of chrome, especially chrome faucets and the chrome ring around the drain in the bottom of your sinks.
You might follow with the automatic dishwasher rinse agent too. It works equally as well.
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