The 5p trick to get rid of hard water stains in your kitchen & bathroom – you'll think you've walked into a showroom | The Sun

HARD water stains can be a bit of a nightmare to remove from your bathroom and kitchen – but they don't have to be.

One cleaning whizz and revealed a savvy 5p method to banish the grim marks instantly, and it's so easy to do.

Azure MacCannell raved about the simple hack on Instagram, and it's super cheap to do.

All you need is some fine steel wool, which you can grab from most supermarkets or DIY shops, and some mineral oil.

The cleaning whizz used the steep wool to "remove the gunk" from around her taps.

After the grime was lifted she then wiped it away with a damp cloth to get ready for the next step.


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"Then treat with mineral oil," she said.

"It can repel water and stay clean for weeks."

She splashed a tiny bit of the oil directly on to her sink and the surrounding counter tops before buffing it in with a microfibre cloth.

If you don't already have mineral oil at home you can grabs some for as little as £4.99 on Amazon, but since you only need a tiny dash it works out at as little as 5p per use.

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The bargain trick left Azure's bathroom sink looking brand new again, and there were no hard water stains in sight.

"With anything, spot test first. It will turn the stone a tad darker, like a sealant would," she added.

Other cleaning fans loved the tip and thanked Azure for sharing it.

One said: "Hard water buildup is the worst! Great tip."

"I hate hardwater spots and have lots at my house, thanks for the tip," another commented.

Meanwhile, someone else said they swear by the same method.

"I use mineral oil on my chopping board too, it's the best thing I ever bought," they raved.

"I'll have to try this, we have a lot of hard water build up," another wrote.

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