Natural Cleaners for Different Hard Water Stains
You may notice stains or build-up on bathroom fixtures, dishes, and sinks. In addition to magnesium and calcium, manganese, brass, iron or copper can also be present in the water. Manganese stains look brownish or black, while iron-rich water leaves deposits that look red or like white slime. If you notice blue or green stains around your plumbing fixtures, your water may be slightly acidic, which can erode brass or copper pipes.
How to clean and remove hard water mineral deposits and stains
Be cautious with abrasive cleansers, because they can scratch the surface of your plumbing fixtures, sinks and tubs, making hard water deposits build up even faster.
- Red, reddish brown (from rust or iron) – Paste of cream of tartar and water; let dry, then rinse
- Green, blue-green stains (from copper or acid water) – Soap suds and ammonia, then rinse
- Brown, black or others (from manganese and other minerals) – Paste made of cream of tartar and hydrogen peroxide; let stand, then rinse
- Hard-water marks, soap scum – Paste made of white vinegar and baking soda; let stand, then rinse
About Pulitamin Magic Eco Balls
Pulitamin Magic Eco Balls is equipped with a patented bio technology that softens the water without releasing any chemicals into it. Using it prevents hard water mineral deposit in your toilet tanks, internal toilet parts, toilet bowl, septic pipes and anywhere that the tank water passes through. For its ability to eliminate toilet hard water problems at its root and for its green technology and ease of use, it is a plumber recommended toilet accessory for households in areas with hard water.