Remove Calcium Buildup From Faucets With Ease
Calcium deposits are unsightly stains that develop naturally in many homes. These stains are often called limescale and can form with the presence of hard water or water that has calcium salts. White water stains around the faucet can indicate the unfortunate presence of hard water. These stains can also cause buildup inside the faucet, leading to uneven water pressure. Calling a professional plumbing service is the best way to remove stains and help solve the hard water issue.
How to Remove Calcium Buildup
- White Vinegar, Baking Soda & Lemon
White vinegar, baking soda and even a lemon can be used to get rid of pesky calcium stains. Many homemakers already use vinegar to help clean difficult areas. It’s also helpful when addressing hard water stains or calcium buildup. Use a spray bottle or cloth damp with vinegar to wet the area. An old toothbrush can also be used to scrub in the hard-to-reach places for a better, cleaner faucet.
- Baking Soda & Water
Baking soda can be made into a paste with some water and applied to the affected areas. After waiting a period of 10 to 15 minutes, wipe the paste away for shining results. The juice from a lemon is also effective after being left to sit and fully coat the affected faucet area.
Call a Professional Now
Marklein Plumbing is the best choice for plumbing services in Ramona, CA. We can help you find the appropriate water softener for your home to stop calcium buildup stains and save you time cleaning and scrubbing. We also provide plumbing services like drain cleaning, toilet repair or replacement, water heater service and more. Call one of our professionals at Marklein Plumbing now to find professional, certified technicians.