Hard water spots, also called lime scale, occur when droplets of hard water dry on a surface. The water evaporates, leaving the minerals behind. On vertical surfaces this looks like overlapping scales. Hard water is problematic for many reasons but in the bathroom it’s trouble because the mineral scales give the soap scum something to stick to, and soap scum build-up happens much faster. Soap scum is a combination of soap plus minerals, so not only does the lime scale make the soap scum stick, but hard water produces more soap scum overall. These unattractive deposits can appear on china, porcelain, enamel, tile, stainless steel, fiberglass, chrome, and glass surfaces.
Commercial Properties normally see lime scale on windows where there is a sprinkler system and often build up during the summer when time when irrigation system is turn on to water lawn or plants. If you are having this problem, we can help, our special cleaning solution is the use of multi-level sub-micron diamond dust, compounded with a compatible paste creating a synergy that cleans and polishes unpainted metal, glass, tile and porcelain to a near new condition.