Looks Like Scale Build Up On Fixtures
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, 85% of the United States has Hard Water. In Central Florida hard water is formed when water flows through the lime rock in our Karst topography and dissolves calcium and magnesium carrying it into our homes. These minerals bind with metal, reducing the efficiency of hot water heaters and causing excessive wear to our water using appliances. Hard minerals also bind with soap and detergents to create “soap scum” that sticks to shower walls and fixtures making them difficult to keep clean. Soap scum also binds to our clothing – dulls the colors and causes premature textile wear. Worst of all, soap scum sticks to our skin and hair causing dry, itchy skin and lifeless, unruly hair.