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HI the best thing to use a a bathroom cream type cleaner these have no abrasive in them but are strong enough to remove water spots, it used to be called jiff think its called siff now check in your local superstore or supermarket for a cream bathroom cleaner.
then pour it onto the stains and leave it on their for about 15 min then rub it in using the soft side of a cleaning sponge not the abrasive side and keep working it in for about 5 to 10 min then rinse it off with hot water, you may have to work in it quite hard but it should get the stains out for you with no problems
let me know how you get on ok
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Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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