Hard Water Spots

Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by wilgold, Aug 29, 2012.

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  1. wilgold

    wilgold Active Member
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    Hi everyone, how do u guys get rid for hard water spots? my ecover doesnt seem to get it clean :( i have looked at ettore water spot remover but its quite expense. What does everyone else use?

    Thanks
    Wil
     
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  2. Martyn

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    Winsol Crystal clear 550
     
  3. Martyn

    Martyn Active Member
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    Assuming you are charging for this service, you are aren't you? Get some decent stuff and just add the cost to the bill.
     
  4. Kips

    Kips Well-Known Member
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    I use White vinegar from the cleaning supplies section at the pound shop and ecover - never had any probs..
     
  5. Dodger

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    As Martyn says or use white vinegar with bicarb or t-cut for real bad stains and still charge. Oh and theres steel wool as well.
     
  6. Kips

    Kips Well-Known Member
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    You can get 0000 gauge copper wool (which doesn't rust so lasts ages) but it's rare as hens teeth in the uk
     
  7. Posh

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    A light Scourer & ecover & vinegar.
     
  8. Dodger

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    I know what ya mean, I've been after some hens teeth for ages lol
     
  9. Belfastcleaning

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    Great info Laura...

    You won't get any jobs spamming Miami and Chicago in here!!
     
  10. John Germany

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    buy some winsol or sörbo powder if the vinegar does not work
     
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