hard water removal

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  1. Johan

    Johan Member
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    Hi.
    Whats your best way to remove hard water?
    Today i was cleaning near the sea, an apartment. It was a white plastered?(guess its the right word in english?) fasade. And i couldnt remove what look like hard water, from the outside. Razorblade it and all, nothing come off. Could it be that the ,hard water,
    lime deposit, come from the fasade? Dont know the if im use the correct english words here, but hope u understand me.

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  2. Tuffers

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    Try Unger rub out
     
  3. mark m

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    As above you got go far wrong with Unger Rub Out
     
  4. Johan

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    #4 Johan, Jul 12, 2016
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    Thanks guys.
    Im gonna try that, its safety glas, it doesnt matter?
     
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    Winsol crystal clear
     
  7. Johan

    Johan Member
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    I have heard that cc is corrosive.
    How do u put it on the window? With a sponge or a rag?



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  8. keefo

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    #8 keefo, Jul 14, 2016
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    I use a product called 'bring it on cleaner' over here in WA, there is a lot of calcium on windows, not sure if you can get it in UK or I sometimes use an extra cut cream Polish that you use on cars. I do like the cut n polish but it's more expensive.

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    Honestly this was done using a freshly squeezed lemon and green scourer pad. However Unger Rob out really is thee dogs doodads!
    The Cleaning Warehouse have it in stock at present, it's also super good for UPVC cleaning.
     
  10. Johan

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    With a lemon? Nice one.
    How about vinegar?


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