Nothing yucks up a nice chrome faucet like those ugly calcium deposits. Check your faucets and even your shower head, and chances are you’ll find some buildup. You can try to chip it off with your fingernail, but that’s not the easiest, fastest, or most pleasant method. A lot of people swear by vinegar, but that doesn’t work every time for many others. If you want to remove those deposits but don’t want to chip away at it, here’s how to get rid of it with less trouble.
You’ll need some water (easy right?), a plastic bag, rubber band, a sponge, a pair of gloves, and some CLR cleaner (it stands for calcium, lime, and rust). An optional tool is a Magic Eraser.