Remove Hard Water Stains with this DIY Epsom Salt Scrub

If you’ve got glass shower doors or tiles that show every hard water stain in your bathroom, then you understand the constant frustration of keeping everything looking clean. Hard water stains make things look dingy — even when they’re not. Stop scouring with harsh chemicals and attack hard water stains with eco-friendly Epsom salt that leave your shower sparkling. Think of it as an exfoliating scrub for your bath!

If you’ve got tile in your tub or glass shower doors that show each and every hard water stain, here’s a simple Epsom salt scrub that will make things sparkle.

What You Need To Make The Epsom Salt Scrub

How To Make The Epsom Salt Scrub

Put all of the ingredients together in a mixing bowl and blend them together well. Don’t use an electric mixer as you don’t want to break up the salt or baking soda granules, they assist with scouring.

To remove hard water stains, cover the stain in the mixture and then srub the stain gently with a soft scouring pad or a brush. Allow the salts to do the work, you don’t need to apply too much pressure to work the stain away. Within a few seconds you should already see a significant reduction in the size of the stain and it should be completely gone in a minute or so.

For harder stains, scrub for a few seconds and then allow the mixture to sit on the stain for two to five minutes before scrubbing again. This allows some time for the salts to work on the stain.

Do you have any tips and tricks for removing hard water stains around your kitchen and bathrooms? Let us know in the comments section below.

Michael Klements
Hi, my name is Michael and I started this blog in 2016 to share my DIY journey with you. I love tinkering with electronics, making, fixing, and building - I'm always looking for new projects and exciting DIY ideas. If you do too, grab a cup of coffee and settle in, I'm happy to have you here.

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