What is hard water?
Simply put, hard water has a high mineral content relative to “softer” water – especially calcium and magnesium carbonates. Exposure to hard water can lead to limescale buildup or staining over time. Since these stains are resistant to soap and detergents, this can be particularly troublesome for bathroom toilets, sinks, and tubs, as well as to industrial equipment.
Removing Hard Water Stains
It’s always best to work with dry surfaces so that the water doesn’t dilute the cleaner. These stains can be removed by using a combination of natural ingredients, such as baking soda and vinegar or lemon juice, but these applications can take time to work.
For a quicker removal of stains, use Sea Solve – a natural mineral remover including salt, calcium, and magnesium.