How to Remove Hard Water Stains
Updated: Oct 2, 2022
Suppose you’re a homeowner with a beautifully landscaped property. In that case, your investment does require a sprinkler system running to keep your green lawn staying green. Still, this upkeep has covered your windows with white stain residue, which requires a professional to apply a specialty chemical to remove these hard water stains. If trying to do it yourself will not give you any results, give Suburban Window Cleaning of NJ a call at 908 781-7442, serving Somerset, Morris, Hunterdon, Union, Monmouth, Ocean, and Atlantic counties; we will provide you with a free estimate.
How to Remove Hard Water Spots! Before calling a professional window cleaning How to Remove Hard Water Spots in the beginning stage What You’ll Need:
Apple Cider Vinegar
Clean Rag or Paper Towels
*optional – protective gloves to keep your hands from smelling like vinegar
Fill spray bottle 25% with Apple Cider Vinegar.
Fill the remainder of the spray bottle with water.
Clean windows thoroughly with the mixture, wiping away all excess spray.
Repeat process as necessary
Please note that this will not remove hard water stains etched into the glass. At this point, give Suburban Window Cleaning of NJ a call to request our restoration process.