Step by step instructions to Clean Hard Water Deposits

Dealing with hard water can be a routine challenge. The deposits of hard water are made up of the minerals present in the water. By the time it gathers on the plumbing fixtures and results in clog faucets. The deposits of hard water not only look bad but also disturb the functionality of the taps.


If that’s the case, you should quickly call the Bundaberg plumber for help!


Let’s discuss the method for removing the deposits of hard water from the Faucets:

Bathroom and kitchen faucets can quickly accumulate the hard water deposits at any place where water tends to stay. This can make your new faucet look old and dusty because everyday cleaning won’t remove the deposits.


Getting rid of the hard water deposit with the help of Vinegar:


  1. Soak a piece of cloth or rag in vinegar & drape it all over the affected area of the faucet. Make sure that the cloth/rag makes direct contact with all the hard water deposits.
  2. Let it be like that for at least 30 minutes or maximum for one hour.
  3. Remove the rag and scrub the faucet with the help of a non-scratch sponge. Focus on the main areas with most buildup. Repeat the steps mentioned above as needed.



Always use a non-scratch sponge to scrub the deposits of the hard water from the faucet with lots of water. This is because the non-scratch sponge can also scratch the faucet if both faucet and sponge are dry.


If you are fed up with dealing with the hard water and problems which are caused by it, you may install a water softener machine to manage your house’s water supply. The Bundaberg plumber can come and install the system within no time.