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    Best way to remove calcium/hard water spots?

    I need to remove some calcium/hard water spots from my windows, winddow frames and hot tub sides, how really is the best way and what is the best product to use? I googled it and came back with at least 100 products, an some i tried and didnt work worth shit, and at least 100 methods. I didnt really feel like spending a week trying to find something that works, I would rather get it right the first time.
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    Every try white vinegar and water in a spray bottle. Works great to get water spots off my black RXP and the boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dduck1628 View Post
    Every try white vinegar and water in a spray bottle. Works great to get water spots off my black RXP and the boat.
    +1

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...hlight=vinegar

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...hlight=vinegar

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    Dilute some CLR in a bowl. Wipe down with a rag, rinse off. If you have some at home, just give it a shot.

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    +2 on the vinegar, it works!

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    We get those deposits I've used white vinegar in a garden hose sprayer on the Doos. Bet that's work on the windows

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtskier11 View Post
    Dilute some CLR in a bowl. Wipe down with a rag, rinse off. If you have some at home, just give it a shot.
    +1. Best method of removing water spots in my experience.

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    babes... hard water spot removal...

    Best stuff I've used.... no effort, force, rubbing... just spray it on and wipe it off...

    http://www.babesboats.com/prodSpotSolver.php

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    some may think im stupid but i used LIME AWAY diluted down and quick with the clean up....it works and didn't cause any discoloration on anything,just be quick to clean up or it might,i dunno.... i've used alot of other high priced stuff that was crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP-REX View Post
    +1. Best method of removing water spots in my experience.
    I will never use vinegar again or ever pay for any hard water spot remover. Vinegar pales in performance compared to the CLR. Besides the fact me ever trying vinegar was a complete waste of time. And vinegar.

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