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How can one remove hard water deposits (probably from calcium) from granite?

Q: How can one remove hard water deposits (probably from calcium) from granite (specifically Emerald Pearl)?

A: We suggest that you first try a soap film remover, available at 
Stone Care Central. It’s a favorite of our Pros. They use it and recommend it. It will remove not only film, but hard water deposits without damaging the polished surface of your stone shower stalls.

If that doesn’t do the trick, you may need to call in a restoration professional. Visit and clicked the Find A PRO tab to find a PRO near you.

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