How To Clean Hard Water Deposits Off Of Sinks Using Vinegar
Kathleen Shipman 1/8/2016
Vinegar is an all-natural cleaning wonder around the home. Learn how you can skip the harsh chemicals, and use it to remove hard water deposits on your sinks.
More and more people are reverting back to the olden days, and turning to all-natural ingredients to clean their homes. After all, the typical products sold in stores are full of chemicals (which aren't good for your family!). Another reason that people are making the switch is to save money. Items like vinegar and baking soda are not only cheap to buy, but they are versatile too. In fact, they have the ability to clean practically your ENTIRE house for only a fraction of the cost of store-bought cleaners. So, next time you have a list full of chores, be sure to turn to your kitchen cabinet first!
In the video, we meet a YouTuber who demonstrates how amazing vinegar is around a metal sink. Using vinegar and a rag, he is able to eliminate three years worth of hard water deposits from his kitchen faucet. First, he saturates a rag in the liquid. Then, he lays it on top of the areas that are full of calcium build-up. After letting it sit for an hour, he gently scrubs it off with a kitchen sponge. It truly looks like a different sink! Be sure to watch the video to see the stunning results for yourself