How to Clean Hard-Water Spots on a Glass Vessel Sink

A beautiful, clean bathroom sink helps to make the whole room sparkle. Vessel sinks are a line of bathroom sinks made of materials such as glass, porcelain, stone and copper. If you have a glass vessel sink, removing hard-water spots is an easy task. These spots arise when calcium and magnesium in the water react with soap and chemicals in the bathroom, leaving behind a hazy residue. Clean these spots by using a natural, inexpensive household commodity.

Keep your vessel sink sparkling with a common household cleaner.

Step 1

Pour undiluted white vinegar into a clean, empty spray bottle.

Step 2

Spray the vessel sink with the vinegar.

Step 3

Wait for about 15 minutes as the vinegar dissolves the hard-water spots.

Step 4

Wet a cleaning sponge and use it to wipe away hard-water spots and dirt or debris from the sink.

Step 5

Rinse the sink and dry it if necessary, using a lint-free cloth.

Charlotte Johnson

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