Calcium deposits are a problem in many homes, typically accumulating on faucets and similar areas around your kitchen and bathroom. When your water supply has a mid to high alkaline content and you allow water drops to dry onto your faucets, the water ends up drying as a cloudy film. This is a problem that can be fixed with a low-cost item that you more than likely already have on hand in your kitchen.
Drizzle white vinegar over a paper towel until the towel is saturated.
Rub this paper towel over your faucets, working the vinegar into the surface by rubbing in small circular motions.
Examine your faucets. If any buildup remains, open the paper towel and lay it over the faucet.
Allow the vinegar-soaked paper towel about five minutes to work away the calcium buildup and remove the paper towel.
Wipe the faucet with a damp paper towel and dry with a clean paper towel.