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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

  • Spray Bottle

  • 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.

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