Soap buildup and hard water stains are heavily influenced by the soap you use. We've formulated our 99.41% Natural Dish Soap to “sheet” water when you hand wash dishes, meaning fewer water droplets to dry off (and a streak-free finish).
What You Should Know About Cleaning Granite & Marble
Granite and marble aren’t cheap. When you use harsh acidic cleaners, you can dull their shine and compromise their seal. To remove hard water stains, spray the area with either:
- а gentle, plant-based surface spray
- a few drops of Puracy Natural Dish Soap mixed with warm water
Whichever method you choose, use one trigger pull per 2’ x 2’ surface area and let the solution sit for a few minutes. Scrub with an old toothbrush or non-scratch sponge (that’s designed for natural stone).
Stop Hard Water Stains Before They Start
We know you want to get rid of hard water stains, but buildup around valves and plumbing can cause major issues that'll need to be repaired later on. Follow these tips to prevent water stains from happening in the first place!
1. Clean for 1-2 Minutes Per Day
After showering, bathing, or even washing your hands, use a microfiber towel and the best water stain remover to wipe down surfaces. This prevents mild spots and soap scum buildup – and its formula is tested to be safe for use on porcelain, granite, glass, marble, and everything in between.
2. Invest in a Home Water Softener
A water softener helps filter out stain-causing minerals, keep clothes cleaner, and improve the lather in your personal care products. Without one, hard water spots will just keep coming back.
3. Seal Surfaces
2-3 times a year, add a non-toxic cleaner (like BioClean Hard Water Stain Remover) to your home care rotation. Not only will it zap hard water stains in showers and tubs but it'll also create a seal to reduce future staining.
4. A Brush for Every Toilet
This may seem like bathroom cleaning 101, but it bears repeating! Twice a week, squirt your favorite cleaner into the bowl and swish it around with the brush (get under the rim). Because bacteria can cause stains, spray the exterior of your toilet with our Disinfecting Surface Cleaner at least 10 minutes before you start the cleaning process.