How to Remove Plumbing Fixture Stains in Reno Nevada
Do you have stubborn stains on your plumbing fixtures in Reno Nevada? Here are some solutions to remove those stubborn plumbing fixture stains.
According to an article at ehow, “How to Use Natural Cleaning Products to Clean You’re Plumbing”
“Green or greenish-blue stains on your tubs, sinks, toilets and plumbing fixtures are not only unsightly, but they also indicate a problem that could be very expensive to repair in the long run. If you have acidic water (a pH of less than 7.0), your copper and brass pipes and plumbing fixtures are corroding. The green and greenish-blue stains you see in the bathtub are the result: dissolved copper and brass in your water caused the stains. To remove stains caused by acidic water, use an acidic cleaner. Does this Spark an idea?
Pour some plain white vinegar on a sponge or cloth, apply it to the stain, then scrub. Vinegar is 5 percent acetic acid. White vinegar might also remove the green stain from your plumbing fixtures. Lemon juice is also an acid; in this case, citric acid. Use it the same way you would use vinegar.”
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