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We have hard water and I purchased a bottle of Lime Away for a few things in the bathroom. Namely the shower head and under the tub faucet. I was not impressed with it. Is CLR any better?
We have really hard water with a lot of rust( even with a water softener and an iron filter). I use The Works in the tub and the sink,and their toilet bowl cleaner. Its amazing. I also spray some of the tub cleaner on the faucets and the shower head. It works great. After it dries,I spray a mixture of vinegat and water on the faucets and the showerhead to shine them up.
I have used them both and CLR is better.
I read the news today oh, boy...
The works toilet cleaner works well, but the bathroom cleaner left a film on my tub. Buy yourself some Lemme shine, it's in the dishwasher section at Walmart. It's a powder, mix it with water & soak your shower head in it. It'll be like new and it's all natural!
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A local consumer program did a little research....
Do you know what the active ingredient in CLR is?
That's right...just plain ole vinegar.
And how much does that little bottle cost in comparison to a similar sized bottle of vinegar?
Vinegar has much less acidic acid in it than CLR which is a concentrate, you only need a cup full in a washing machine full of water. I don't think a cup of vinegar in a washing machine full of water would do the trick. It will work for soaking a shower head because that is just a small piece to clean. To do a washing macjhine you would most likely need a 3 qrt bottle of vineagr instead of 1 cup of CLR.
I've had success with neither of them. Have let the shower head soak in white vinegar and it seemed to help somewhat. So far, the best thing I've found for hard water marks is rubbing the area with a pumice stone.
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Thanks, but is that white or red (cider) vinegar? Tacook
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