Country Lore: Use Vinegar to Zap Hard Water Stains

Vinegar helps to keep your bathroom and kitchen free of hard water stains and buildup.
By Linda Johnson
December 2008/January 2009


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If you have hard water, white vinegar makes a good toilet bowl cleaner to remove the hard water ring, and it leaves behind no toxic fumes. Vinegar also has some germ killing properties.

Linda Johnson
Early, Iowa







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