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Re: Removal of Water Crust

>Date: Fri, 25 Jul 1997 09:59:32 -0400 (EDT)
>From: Paul Chapman <chapman at SEDSystems_ca>
>What works very well is to saturate rags or paper towels or similar 
>with full-strength vinegar and spread them onto the glass on top of the 
>crust.  Leave the rags in place for an hour or two.  This gives the 
>vinegar time to penetrate the crust completely, and the whole mess can 
>easily be wiped away.

Another thing that will help is to put the rags in a bowl in vinegar and
microwave them to heat them up (be careful handling the rags now).  The hot
vinegar will react much more quickly with the deposits than if it were

This is also a great way of removing scale from bathtubs and coffee makers.

David W. Webb           Texas Instruments
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