Stain Cleaners and Limescale Prevention

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( — December 11, 2017) Cheyenne, Wyoming — The early 17th century proverbial saying, “prevention is better than cure,” is most befitting when tackling the issue of limescale build-up and its hard water stain precursor. Knowledge and foresight work hand in hand, as such, the AquaTest™ 7 Way Water Analysis Kit by HealthyWiser™ is proven to reliably detect the composition and quality of water supplied to homes and commercial entities alike. 

Testing for chlorine, bromine, alkalinity and practically everything in between, the AquaTest™ 7 Way Water Analysis Kit is well-trusted to also detect hard water which leads to unsightly water stains and damaging limescale accumulation if ignored. Hard water is simply described as “water that contains high amounts of dissolved minerals such as calcium and magnesium,” says  

Armed with the right information, one can begin remedying or preventing water stains and limescale troubles. Wiping surfaces dry is a pivotal precaution because when hard water evaporates, tons of damaging minerals remain. Spraying cleaners on glass shower doors is another way of preventing hard water stains. One may choose to simply safeguard their entire property by installing a water softening equipment which filters out the minerals found in hard water before it reaches the faucet. 

If faced with red/reddish-brown rust stains on iron instruments then some cream of tartar paste and water will clean the stain away, just apply and let it dry before giving the surface a rinse. For green/blue-greens stains, applying soap lather and ammonia followed by a rinse will do the job. 

In the case of hard water marks and soap scum, one can easily mix white vinegar and baking soda to create a paste, smear it on the area of concern and let it stand a while before rinsing. For virtually all other types of mineral deposit issues, cream of tartar and hydrogen peroxide works wonders. 

“If you choose to use a commercial tub, sink and tile cleaner to remove mineral build up, choose one that contains “sequestrants” like phosphoric, hydrochloric, or hydroxyacetic acids, which capture and deactivate the minerals in water,” advises Reddi Plumbing Company. “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.” 

Whether you decide on making your own stain cleaner or grabbing a bottle from the store, it’s important to be sure of what trace elements are to be found in your water system. The HealthyWiser™ AquaTest™ 7 Way water analysis kit is a good option for conducting a quick and easy test and it’s currently offered at a discount throughout the Christmas season.

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