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Because these stains come from your water, they may disappear when you rub them with a cloth, but they usually come back within a day or two. Chlorine bleach will work, but be careful to rinse it away quickly, because if you leave it on your tile or if it's just too long, it can ruin the finish.
Another method you can use is to just rub the area with slightly diluted white vinegar. Now I will just mix vinegar and little bit of water into a bowl, dip your washrag inside and, rub at the stains. You can also use a vinegar paste, by just mixing vinegar and baking soda, and leaving it on the stain for about 15 minute. Let it sit and then wash it away both the stain and the paste. You can also do this with a lemon juice and baking soda.
Hard water stains inevitability come back, because you can't avoid using your faucets. But to help avoid them occurring as often you can just wipe down your kitchen sink and your faucets and all of your tiles with vinegar or vinegar paste using vinegar and baking soda. So next time you are up late, just head over to tips.net, and I promise it won't cost you anything to check me out.