The hard water deposits on stainless steel faucets make them look dingy over time. See how you can remove them with vinegar.
No matter how hard you try, lime deposits on stainless steel don’t disappear easily. Even special cleaning products are often ineffective and the toxic ingredients they contain are dangerous to your health. Keeping your bathroom and kitchen clean can be a headache because water contains minerals that leave stains. But there is a product in the kitchen that works wonders!
Limestone on stainless steel sinks can be easily cleaned with vinegar. The only thing you need to do is dip a clean cloth in vinegar and place it over the dirty faucet. Allow it to work for one hour, then wipe the area clean. You don’t need expensive products because this method works wonders and is efficient even for porcelain surfaces.
If you don’t know how to proceed, follow the video below.