Hard Water Spots

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Dear Home Ec 101,
No matter what I do, the hardwater spots on my shower and tub keep coming back?  What am I doing wrong?
Speckled in Spencerton

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Heather says:

Well there are a couple of options.  You could invest in a water softener or be super diligent and use a squeegee after every shower.

Unless your family is unusually cooperative, these spots are simply a fact of life.  If you wipe down the walls frequently with diluted vinegar you will keep those annoying spots from becoming difficult to remove.

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Tips to keep your bathroom squeaky clean!

In all honesty, it’s these never ending chores that I find most annoying.  Take heart, you aren’t going to suddenly find a Home Ec 101 Seal of Disapproval plastered on your shower stall anytime soon.   Hang in there.

Submit your questions to helpme@home-ec101.com.

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  1. To Speckled in Spencerton:
    Like Heather, I also recommend that you should get a water softener in your home. Why let yourself wipe the spots hardly, when you can just simply install a water softener and let it do the job for you. A water softener will be a very good investment. 🙂


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