I recently heard about CLR which is a Calcium, Lime & Rust Remover it has a powerful formula that quickly and easily dissolves and removes tough calcium and lime deposits as well as surface rust stains from bathtubs, toilet bowls, sinks, glass, chrome, fiberglass, stainless steel, most coffee makers, humidifiers, dishwashers, washing machines, and showerheads. Calcium, Lime & Rust Remover is part of the EPA’s safer choice program recognize in the product as a safer alternative to chemicals. The fast acting, powerful CLR formula is septic safe and contains no phosphates. Where I live, I have hard water and it is so frustrating because the sinks and toilets never get completely clean because of the hard water and rust. CLR Grease Magnet is industrial-strength cleaner that removes oil, grease, and tar to help make driveways and garage floors look almost new again. CLR Stain Magnet is an all-purpose, multi-surface stain remover compromised of an eco-friendly formula that removes tough stains and spots including nail polish, paint, shoe polish, oil, red wine, ink, crayons and permanent markers.
CLR Bath & Kitchen Cleaner this is in fresh scent and has a foaming action water spots, showerheads and dirt buildup around toilets can be a nightmare to clean. This multi-purpose and multi-surface cleaner has a powerful foam spray formulated to quickly cut through dirt, calcium, lime, hard water deposits and soaps scum.
My Opinion: I really was impressed how well this worked on my bathtub and my toilet it quickly and effectively cut through the hard water stains, the rust stains I was seeing and I’m going to be using this for now on.
To see more visit http://www.jelmar.com/CLRbasic.htm
** Always spot test in an inconspicuous area before beginning to clean. **
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