How to remove hard water

If you live in an area with hard water your usual cleaning product may not shift it. Instead soak some paper towels in vinegar and placed them on the areas with hard water (taps etc.).  Fill a spray bottle with white vinegar and spray the towels every time you walked past. After about 20 minutes take the towels off and scrub off the hard water with an old toothbrush. For areas with thick hard water, put the towels back on, spray with more vinegar and wait another hour keeping the towels soaked with vinegar. You shouldn’t have to scrub really hard, the hard water will off easily after soaking in vinegar.
Warning: Do not use vinegar on marble countertops or other stoneware, as it can cause the stone to pit and corrode.

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How to clear the cloud from your glassware

If your glasses are looking a little cloudy buy a big container of vinegar, and then each time you run a cycle just pour what looks like about a cup into the bottom. You don’t have to put it in the rinse aid slot, just pour it right in the dishwasher and start it up. If your glasses are really cloudy, it may take a few cycles to get them completely clear.

How to remove scuff marks from your floor

Those tough black scuff marks on your kitchen floor won’t be so tough anymore if you spray them with WD-40. Use WD-40 to help remove tar and scuff marks on all your hard-surfaced floors. It won’t harm the surface, and you won’t have to scrub nearly as much. Remember to open the windows if you are cleaning a lot of marks.