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Les dépôts calcaires peuvent être retirés facilement en utilisant des produits domestiques ordinaires : du vinaigre blanc, un vaporisateur manuel, et une éponge.

Parti

Nessuna parte specificata.

  1. Remplir le vaporisateur avec de l'eau et du vinaigre blanc (50/50). Remplir le vaporisateur avec de l'eau et du vinaigre blanc (50/50).
    • Remplir le vaporisateur avec de l'eau et du vinaigre blanc (50/50).

  2. Vaporisez la solution sur la partie vitrée.
    • Vaporisez la solution sur la partie vitrée.

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  4. Essuyez la solution appliquée sur la porte avec une éponge humide.
    • Essuyez la solution appliquée sur la porte avec une éponge humide.

  5. Laisser la solution agir sur la porte pendant quelques minutes.
    • Laisser la solution agir sur la porte pendant quelques minutes.

  6. Continuez à appliquer la solution à mesure qu'elle sèche.
    • Continuez à appliquer la solution à mesure qu'elle sèche.

    • Garder la porte humide pendant au moins 5 minutes.

  7. Retirer la solution en rinçant la porte avec de l'eau chaude. Si le résultat n'est pas satisfaisant, ajouter plus de vinaigre à la solution et recommencer à partir de l'étape 1.
    • Retirer la solution en rinçant la porte avec de l'eau chaude.

    • Si le résultat n'est pas satisfaisant, ajouter plus de vinaigre à la solution et recommencer à partir de l'étape 1.

Conclusione

Félicitations ! Vous avez maintenant une porte vitrée de salle de bain étincelante !

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I've found that making a solution of 80% White Vinegar and 20% Dawn detergent works well. I keep a gallon batch handy. When needed I heat 1 cup in the microwave to 150-160 degrees (F) and transfer it into a 1 quart spray bottle, that has been insulated by wrapping it with a hand towel, secured with two large rubber bands. Before using the heated Vinegar/Dawn solution, I first spray the room temperature solution onto the glass block walls of the shower, and scrub gently with a green scotchbrite sponge. I leave the lathered glass block sit while I heat the cup full. Then, I hose down the glass with scalding hot water. Next, I spray a liberal coating of the hot solution (top to bottom) & let it sit for 5-10 minutes, before rinsing it off with scalding water. The detergent helps the vinegar-foam cling better to the glass surface. It also works on fixtures, stone and ceramic surfaces. BONUS! It works wonders on windshields after a winter of salt and sanded roads too!

Vincenzo M Catalanotti - Replica

This is bullshit. I have tried this on my shower doors that had not been cleaned for 3 months and it did not do anything.

Maybe this works if you have not cleaned them for a few days but once the hard water is ground in I am not sure what to do.

vicror - Replica

Most people don't know that there's a difference between Stage I Corrosion (a mineral buildup on the glass) and Stage II Corrosion (etching and damage to the glass). I've written a blog post about it that gives a very thorough explanation of what it is and how to get rid of it because I couldn't find this information anywhere on the internet without flitting between like 20 different web forums.  http://pristinecleaning.com.au/2018/01/2...

Jay Rawcliffe -

I had shower doors with five years of hard water deposits. Spend over $100 trying various methods and products to remove the hard water deposits. Nothing worked!

One of the many sites I visited recommended I buy some industrial grade vinegar (30%). I tried that with bad results. They recommended letting it sit on the door for 5 minutes and wiping it off. That didn’t work. I was in the process of buying new doors and thought I would try something radical.I had nothing to lose. I took the 30% vinegar and sprayed the doors and let it sit overnight. The next morning I took a wet Brillo pad (the steel wool pad with soap) and gently washed off, in a circular motion, the hard water stains. The hard water deposits disappeared before my eyes with hardly any effort. The glass doors look like NEW! Not a single trace of the hard water deposits.

These doors, on the bottom half, were impossible to see through. They are now crystal clear. I’ll definitely never let them get in this bad shape again. Squeegee doors every time!

Bob Leonard -

I used this recipe, but because my spray bottle already had " Awesome Cleaner " from the dollar store, that's what I mixed my vinegar with. It worked so good,I couldn't believe it. My doors were really bad too.

Thanks so much,

Pamela

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