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Old 11-13-05, 05:03 PM
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Cleaning hard water stanes, what do you use?

my shower has hard water stains that need removed, I;ve tried CLR and the results aren't that good

Whatever you recommend I want it to be fumeless

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Better clean your keyboard too.
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Mrs Danger uses boiling vinegar. You can buy it for about $4 per gallon. It does give off fumes when it hits the deposits, but only a strong vinegar odor.

Stannous stains are tin compunds.
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I use the Mr. Clean cleaning sponge thing. A green scratchy pad works, too but not on the shower doors, unless you don't mind scratch marks.
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Kaboom!
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Will not clean your shower, but may stop a deadly viper.
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Originally Posted by naitram
Kaboom!
That stuff is potent!! My friend used it, and failed to ventilate....needless to say my friend came out loopy.

If stanes are anything like stains....you'll definately need Kaboom.

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Depending on how large an area, I use these things. They work great but for the whole shower I think you'd need something else.
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Originally Posted by Kittydreamer
I use the Mr. Clean cleaning sponge thing. A green scratchy pad works, too but not on the shower doors, unless you don't mind scratch marks.
Those are amazingly good.
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install a new shower stall or don't shower at all will certainly help

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