How to Remove White Rings in Mist Fountain Bowls

Do you have a white ring  around the inside of your Mist Fountain bowl?  That white ring is caused by Mineral Deposits In Your Water.
Clean it off like this…..
– Use white Vinegar to remove any rings or stains from your mist fountain bowl caused by mineral deposits. Take a clean cloth and place it over the top of a bottle of white vinegar. Now turn the bottle upside down to get the cloth wet with vinegar. Use that vinegar soaked cloth and wipe the white ring off your fountain bowl. It is simple and efficient.

DO NOT USE DISTILLED WATER IN YOUR FOUNTAIN! Your fountain needs some minerals in the water to make it function correctly
I personally use regular tap water, -aka city water- in my fountains.
IF you have very hard water, use Bottled Water but NOT Distilled water. If you do have hard water but filter it before using, it’s ok to use in your mist fountain too-unless it’s extremely hard water!

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. friendlyfuneralista
    Feb 09, 2010 @ 12:16:33

    Good information here. We recently put a humidifier on our furnace and what a difference! The sinus problems have been greatly reduced. I assume that mist fountains are great for sudden onset of croup and colds, yes? I see that you recommend for bronchitis.

    Reply

    • MountainHigh
      Feb 10, 2010 @ 19:54:40

      You bet! A mist Fountain releives symptoms of bronchitis, asthma, COPD, allergies,migraines, ect…ect… I am still moving informational pages that I had on my ecommerce site – MyFountainDesigns – to this blog. I have a page that will give you links to scientific research into the many health benefits of adding moisture to your home….. via Mist Fountains! I’ll get that on here soon. I’m still moving the remaining fountains to my ebay store at http://SadiesTreasureTrunk.com
      Thank you for your comment!
      Sandara aka MountainHigh

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