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Hard Water Stain Remover - Best for Calcium, Lime & Minerals

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  • ✔️ BEST HARD WATER STAIN REMOVER: Clean hard water stains from all surfaces.
  • ✔️ CLEAN, RESTORE & SHINE: Works on glass, metal, vehicles, bathrooms.
  • ✔️ GREAT HARD WATER CLEANER: Goodbye to calcium, lime, rust and other minerals.
 

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For everyday cleaning

It’s a hard water stain remover but it’s all purpose and for all surfaces. Use it to clean chrome, stainless steel, porcelain, tile, ceramic and fiberglass surfaces.

It’s for everyday cleaning in and out of your house. It’s made in the USA where it met all quality standards.

Our best hard water stain remover is effective when scrubbing down bathroom tiles, clean grout, the bathtub, fixtures, shower, glass, and more.

It can clean most surfaces, but do not use on gold, silver, pewter, marble, lacquered metals, or anodized aluminium.

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Clean stubborn stains

Clean tough messes from rust, dirt, limescale, hard water stains and bring back the shine in your kitchen and bathroom.

It’s the best multi-surface cleanser for household cleaning. Clean indoors, outdoors, in the kitchen, in the bathroom.

Clean all sorts of stains from dirt, rust, soap scum, grease oily residue, hard water stains, and more.

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      Did not remove any water stains whatsoever on several of the items I used it on

Did not remove any water stains like it said it was supposed to do

By Denise McCartney on May/04/2022

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      Quality ok

Ok

By Anonymous on January/19/2022

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      Worked good

Tried everything else to remove hard water deposits on our windows but this worked with a little elbow grease.

By Anonymous on December/03/2021

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      Didn't work for me

Some of the black floor tile in my shower has accumulated a white cast, I assume it's due to hard water/calcium. I bought this to try to improve it. The directions are simple enough and pretty fast and easy. It comes with two scrubbing cloths such is super handy. I was prepared for a caustic odor but there wasn't one. It goes on and rinses easily. It is septic safe it claims. Just one big problem it didn't work at all, it's exactly the same...

By NC on August/12/2021

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      Worked excellent on shower glass

Wiped on shower glass, waited 1 minute. Then used a wet scour pad that came with it. Water stains came off instantly

By Kelly Stringfellow on August/05/2021

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      Please Dont waste your money on this.

Very seldom do I leave feedback on purchases. But in this case I feel it necessary. I have used other products costing half the cost of this cleaner with equal or better results. Cleaning soap buildup is not a hard task to perform, Removing Hard water spots from glass showers is far more challenging. And this cleaner fails terribly. Scrubbed shower glass with supplied abrasive pad with a little energy? Nothing accomplished after rinsing. Waste of time and money.

By Apostolic on June/30/2021

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      Scrub a dub dub ....

Finally I can give my poor Weber grill new life. Nothing beats a little Bar Keeper and a good scrub! Seriously this stuff is amazing. The Bar Keepers friend is a miracle worker, the fantastic scrubbers make quick work of the grill. It literally looks brand-new now. Seriously amazing.

By Jackie the Jack on November/09/2020

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Hard Water Stain Remover - Best for Calcium, Lime & Minerals

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  • ✔️ BEST HARD WATER STAIN REMOVER: Clean hard water stains from all surfaces.
  • ✔️ CLEAN, RESTORE & SHINE: Works on glass, metal, vehicles, bathrooms.
  • ✔️ GREAT HARD WATER CLEANER: Goodbye to calcium, lime, rust and other mineral.

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Frequently Asked Questions

While it may be able to, we highly recommend that you use our multi-cleanser.

Yes. If it can remove stubborn stains like hard water and rust. It can remove any kind of residues and stains.

Yes, the hard water stain remover is best for cleaning bathtubs, sink or tiles without damaging it.

It won’t leave any residue if you apply it, rinse thoroughly, and wipe it clean.

No. We take pride that our hard water stain remover and multi-cleanser liquid doesn’t emit nasty fumes.

It’s designed not to scratch ceramic tiles, porcelain, stainless steel or glass. But again, you have to be careful and use it on a small, hidden portion of the surface.

It will work to clean all surfaces. The hard water stain remover is specifically to remove hard water stain. We’ve not seen reports that it harmed any other surface yet. But I suggest you use a multi-cleanser or a cooktop cleanser for stovetops or cookware.

Yes. You can use this to clean glass, fixtures, toilets, porcelain.

Yes. It will clean tub & tile, shower & glass, sink & fixtures, toilets, and more.

What is a hard water stain remover?

The Hard Water Stain Remover Liquid is an extremely effective hard water stain remover for sinks & fixtures, tub & tile, shower & glass, toilets, and more.

The Hard Water Stain Remover is also a powerful cleaner for other stains like rust, limescale, soap residue, grease, grime, dirt, and more. Bring back the shine in your fixtures. Make them look like new again.

Why choose our hard water remover liquid?

The hard water stain remover is better at cleaning than bleach or borax. It doesn’t emit nasty fumes like other liquid cleansers. It breaks down grease and grime naturally. All you have to do is apply, scrub, and wipe any surface in your house to clean it and bring back the new look shine.

You can use this on floors, tiles and walls. But you can also use this on porcelain, ceramics, chrome, stainless steel pots, pans and more. It can remove dirt, grime or hard water stains on those surfaces with ease.


Great for household cleaning

Household Cleaning:

  • Stainless steel sinks
  • Stainless steel pots and pans
  • Glass stove tops
  • Bathtubs
  • Glass shower doors
  • Copper or copper-bottom pots and pans
  • Glass cookware with baked-on food
  • Scratched or stained porcelain sinks

While the hard water stain remover can be used in the kitchen and bathroom, it can also be used for outdoor cleaning. It’s a versatile liquid cleanser that can easily clean rust stains, limescale, dirt and more.

Outdoor cleaning

  • Outside surface of BBQ
  • Stainless steel fixtures
  • Brass fixtures
  • Cars, bikes, and boats
  • Tools, and sporting equipment

How to use the hard water stain remover:

  1. Shake the bottle before using
  2. Directly apply the liquid on the surface using a cloth or scrubber
  3. Scrub the stain
  4. Let it sit for 30 seconds for tougher stains
  5. Scrub it again
  6. Rinse thoroughly with warm soapy water
  7. Wipe dry

Do note that this could etch or dull delicate and shiny surfaces. Be sure to test it out on a small hidden area of the surface first. Keep out of reach of children and pets.

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Remove Stains on Granite With the Best Hard Water Stain Remover

Granite countertops are perfect in the kitchen because they can withstand heat and are durable. But although we can say that granite is hardy when exposed to water, hard water stains can still develop.

Hard water stains can be a pain to remove on a granite surface if you let them sit for a long time. They are hard to remove and can damage the look of your granite countertops if you don’t know the right way to maintain them.

Is there any way to remove hard water stains from granite and what’s the proper way of doing so?

Signs That Your Granite Countertop Has Hard Water Stains

How will you know that your granite countertop is sporting hard water stains?

If your household has hard water running on its taps, then you will notice some limescale buildup around the faucets. The white rings around the area often exposed to hard water are telltale signs that your granite countertop is reacting to the minerals in the water.

This is completely different from regular water stains which only darkens the surface of the granite.

Once you spot these signs of hard water, you should start using the best hard water stain remover like Bar Keepers Friend Soft Cleanser.

How to Maintain Your Granite Countertop

Before you learn how to remove hard water stains from granite, you should first learn how you can maintain your natural stone countertop. There are certain cleaning methods that you can do and ones that you need to avoid. Let’s find out:

  • Mild dish soap and water can be used to remove stains and buildup on your granite counter. 
  • Don’t use abrasives like the scrub brush on your granite countertop as this can lead to scratches on the surface. 
  • Avoid using any acids on your granite countertops such as lemon, vinegar, or other acids since they can do more harm than good because of the porous nature of the stone. 
  • You should clean up as soon as any spills occur on your granite countertop. This will protect the granite from getting stained. 
  • It would be better to hire a professional cleaning service, but if you are willing to do the task yourself, just make sure that you have a Bar Keepers Friend in place.
  • Lotions and other beauty products should be stored away rather than leave them on your granite countertop in your bathroom. This is because you are trying to avoid leaks that can damage or cause stains to form. 

Cleaning hard water stains on your granite countertop may sound like a tough job. But you don’t need to worry that much because you can remove those stains with the best hard water remover. You can also try making your own hard water stain remover using the following:

Materials:

  • Clean cloth 
  • Baking soda 
  • Granite sealant 

Step 1: Clean the surface of the granite top with a clean microfiber cloth.
Step 2: Buff your counter until it has completely dried.
Step 3: Prepare baking soda poultices for your granite top.
Step 4: Apply or place the baking soda poultice on the area where hard water stains have formed.
Step 5: Leave the poultice for a few minutes or hours depending on how severe the stains are.
Step 6: Use a non-scratch pad to gently rub the stains off.
Step 7: You will need to seal the granite after you have removed the stains to protect it from liquid spills.

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Choose the Best Hard Water Stain Remover From the Crown Choice

Which hard water cleaner should you use to bring back the natural beauty of your granite countertop?

This is where the best hard water stain remover from The Crown Choice comes in. The Crown Choice hard water stain remover liquid is an effective way of dissolving hard water stains without damaging your granite countertop.

Simply apply the liquid on the non-scratch pad and scrub gently on the surface. Wait for a few minutes to let the cleanser do its magic, then scrub a bit with a non-scratch pad to dislodge the stains. Don’t forget to wipe the surface with a clean cloth after.

Once you have removed all the tell-tale signs of hard water, you can proceed to seal your granite for added protection. Know more about The Crown Choice hard water stain remover and find out how you can save your granite top from tough hard water stains!

Choose the Best Hard Water Stain Remover From the Crown Choice

Tired and stressed from cleaning and scrubbing the bathroom, yet there are still stains lingering on the toilet, sink, and faucets?

You might be in for a battle with hard water stains!

Hard water stains are present in the bathroom or in the kitchen where most objects are in close contact with water.

You may find it forming around your chrome lavatory faucets, shower doors, mirrors, toilet bowl, and other glass surfaces.

Removing hard water stains is going to be a serious job if you let them stay on your shower doors, toilet bowl, or shower fixtures for too long.

But don’t worry!

This guide will show you what causes hard water, how to remove hard water stains in your kitchen and bathroom, and how to prevent it from coming back.

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What is hard water?

The amount of minerals or elements present in the water determines the hardness or softness of the water. The water is said to be “hard” if it contains a high level of mineral content, particularly Calcium and Magnesium.

Why is Hard Water a Problem?

Hard water isn’t a serious problem if you know how to clean surfaces that are often in contact with water. It may be prevented through different ways, such as wiping dry a certain area. However, we may sometimes not realize that our water has high levels of mineral deposits.

In worst-case scenarios, you may be obliged to renovate the bathroom and change the pipes.

Another problem associated with hard water is that it leaves a chalk-like stain on surfaces like walls, floors, utensils, glasses, and many others. Your regular dishwashing cleaner might not have enough power to remove these stains, as they are not formulated to go head-to-head with hard water.

And if you think that hard water cannot affect your clothes, you’re wrong.

The detergents you purchase in supermarkets react with the level of minerals found in the water making them less effective in cleaning.

Cloth stains will no longer be easy to clean, and in worst cases, this reaction will soon damage your clothes and accelerate color fading.

What causes hard water stains?

As often as you may encounter a hard water stain, you may not know what causes it.

As mentioned above, Calcium and magnesium are two elements that make the water “hard”. As the water travels from the source down to your home, it may pick up elements and mineral deposits along the way.

These calcium and magnesium deposits may not be visible to the naked eye, as they are already diluted. But as this hard water hits a surface, it may leave a residue in the form of a rusty buildup, a chalk-like stain, or white hard water spots.

Signs of Hard Water

Hard water isn’t a serious problem if you know how to clean surfaces that are often in contact with water. It may be prevented through different ways, such as wiping dry a certain area. However, we may sometimes not realize that our water has high levels of mineral deposits.

If you have water heaters at home, hard water may pose a serious problem.

When hard water is heated, the mineral deposits that were once diluted in the water can clog your pipes as the liquid component evaporates. When this happens, it may be impossible to get rid of the hard water residue.

In worst-case scenarios, you may be obliged to renovate the bathroom and change the pipes.

Another problem associated with hard water is that it leaves a chalk-like stain on surfaces like walls, floors, utensils, glasses, and many others. Your regular dishwashing cleaner might not have enough power to remove these stains, as they are not formulated to go head-to-head with hard water.

And if you think that hard water cannot affect your clothes, you’re wrong.

The detergents you purchase in supermarkets react with the level of minerals found in the water making them less effective in cleaning.

Cloth stains will no longer be easy to clean, and in worst cases, this reaction will soon damage your clothes and accelerate color fading.

What Makes a Good Hard Water Stain Remover?

Hard water stains aren’t permanent but they may cause a long-term problem if not dealt with early. There are a lot of compelling products which promise to remove hard water stains in the kitchen and bathroom. But how do you know it would really solve the problem?

What are some things to look for in a product? The product you’re planning to buy should have natural and non-toxic ingredients.

Most products nowadays contain a high amount of toxic chemicals. While it may solve your problem with hard water stains, it may harm you and your family’s health.

Moreover, a lot of products promise great results. But doesn’t give what it promises. The product should do the job, and not waste time and money.

How to Remove Hard Water Stains on Any Surface

Hard water stains come by different names–mineral buildup, limescale, hard water deposits, mineral deposits–but all posit the same problem. After the water evaporates, the hard water stains are left behind, leaving just minerals (like magnesium and calcium). Not only is hard water unsightly, but it’s also difficult to remove. It usually necessitates the use of harsh cleansers like bleach, toilet brush, and other chemicals, as well as a lot of elbow grease.

There are a lot of hard water remover products and DIY home remedies available in the market (and at home). These hard water stain remover products can be natural or chemical-based. Both of these types of hard water remover have their own advantages and disadvantages.

In this article, we will list down five of the best products to effectively remove hard water stains and prevent hard water from coming back. Hold your brushes because these tips and methods will surely bid farewell to every hard water stain in the bath and kitchen.

Use Vinegar Solution

Vinegar is a kitchen staple in every home. It works wonders on food, and it also works perfectly on cleaning!

This mixture may be used as a cleaner for your shower doors, glass and stainless fixtures, bathtub, and other areas in the house that needs some tough cleaning.

To remove hard water spots and other stains using vinegar, you have to follow these steps:

Step 1: Get a spray bottle.
Step 2: Mix in equal parts of vinegar and water.
Step 3: Saturate the hard water-stained surface with the mixture and let it sit for about 15 minutes.
Step 4: Using a clean towel or any soft cloth, wipe it clean.
Step 5: You can also rinse the area with clean water.

Vinegar is known as the best natural cleaning agent found in the home. Spotless clean just from using a simple ingredient!

Use Baking Soda and Vinegar

Did the vinegar plus water trick but it didn’t work quite well? Then this white vinegar plus baking soda combo might be the solution!

White vinegar and baking soda work well when mixed together. The fizz produced by the two ingredients makes a good cleaning agent which is a perfect solution for a hard water stain-free kitchen and bathroom!

Here’s what you have to do:

Step 1: Get a small container and a popsicle stick (or spoon).
Step 2: In the container, make a paste using white vinegar and baking soda.
Step 3: Spread the vinegar and baking soda mixture onto the surface affected with hard water stains and let sit for at least 15 minutes.
Step 4: Wipe it clean using any soft cloth or a microfiber towel.

The unbeatable combo indeed!

Use Lemon

Heading to the kitchen for some vinegar but suddenly remembered that you have used all of them for cleaning? Good thing you have stocks of some lemons!

The acidity that lemons have is a great solution for your hard water problems. Just follow these steps, and take note, no brush is needed!

Step 1: Get a spray bottle.
Step 2: Squeeze a lemon and pour the juice into the bottle.
Step 3: Spray it onto the hard water-stained area to get rid of the stains.
Step 4: Rinse with clean water.

Spotless clean with a refreshing smell!

Use Toothpaste

Who thought that fluoride toothpaste can also clean surfaces aside from your teeth?

Here’s how you can get rid of the stubborn hard water stains using your old toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste:

Step 1: Get your toothpaste and old toothbrush.
Step 2: Spread the toothpaste in the area with hard water stains.
Step 3: Scrub gently using the old toothbrush.
Step 4: Rinse and wipe with a towel.

This method is more effective in removing tough hard water stains in glass fixtures, shower, elbow grease, and glass.

Use The Crown Choice Best Hard Water Remover

Tried all of the DIY home hacks but still failed your battle with the stubborn hard water stains? The Crown Choice Best Hard Water Stain Remover will remove hard water stains lingering in your bathroom and kitchen better than any homemade mixtures! It is formulated to clean your toilet bowl, shower doors, and restore the shine of your faucets without much elbow grease.

It’s a stain remover for hard water, but it’s also all-purpose and suitable for all surfaces. It’s great for cleaning chrome, stainless steel, porcelain, tile, ceramic, and fiberglass.

Here’s how you can use the best hard water stain remover and all-around cleaner:

Step 1: Shake the bottle.
Step 2: Apply the product directly onto the stained surface.
Step 3: Scrub the stains.
Step 4: Let it sit for about 30 seconds for tougher stains.
Step 5: Get rid of the remaining stains by gently scrubbing the area.
Step 6: Rinse thoroughly with warm soapy water.
Step 7: Wipe it dry.

Before fully using this product, make sure to test it onto a small area as it may dull delicate surfaces after scrubbing and removing the hard water stain residue.

What’s the Best Hard Water Remover to Use?

Hard water stains won’t stay in your home forever. To prevent minerals from building up, you may talk to a plumber and have a water softener installed in your pipes.

However, even with the use of water softeners, hard water stains may still be present so make sure to wipe the sink, toilet, or any surfaces which are in constant contact with water to prevent any stain buildups.

We hope the tips and methods mentioned above will help you get rid of the stubborn hard water stains in your house.

A purchase of a good commercial hard water stain remover like The Crown Choice Hard Water Remover may be the permanent solution in getting rid of temporary hard water stains, so give it a try and make your home spotless clean!

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