Do you love your home sweet home but when it comes to hard water stains on your windows that makes for a completely different story? Have you ever tried the million different ways to get rid of hard water stains from your windows? It almost makes you want to pack up and move somewhere else. What could this top secret solution and formula be? Here is a great step by step that works so well, you will be shouting praises to the sky.
1. Materials Needed
- Ladder if needed
- Soft steel wool
- Sponge or Magic Eraser
- Rubbing Alcohol
- Dawn Dish Soap
- Squirt Bottle
- Two rags
- Squeegee if you have it
- Try and do this on a cloudy day or even when the window finally is getting shade
2. Step One
Position your ladder safely if needed once that has been done. Grab your steel wool and gently make little circles on the hard water areas. Do this to your dry window to take most of the grime off. It will feel like magic as this happens. Once you have got most of it off you will use one of your dry rags to wipe the window down for any lose composites.
3. Step Two
Take your sponge or Magic Eraser and pour the rubbing alcohol on it. Then wipe it onto your window and give it a good coating may need to put more rubbing alcohol onto your window to make sure there is good coverage.
4. Step Three
Go inside and microwave a container full of vinegar until it gets hot. Pour it directly into a spray bottle and add dawn dish soap Add until it turns a light blue color. Go back outside and spray the window down generously. Let mixture stay on a little bit. Spray again if it is really bad. Then get your water and rinse the mixture off.
5. Step Four
Take your squeegee and wipe the water off. If you don’t have this option let the air dry it out. Once you have done that you can take your other dry rag and buff everything out.
6. Step Five
It is now time to take a step back and enjoy your handy work. This method works wonders as you are not putting in a lot of elbow grease as everything else does the work for you. Now that’s what we’re talking about.