CLR, you can purchase most anywhere. Don’t flush, leave it overnight, then scrub with toilet brush. Use another bathroom if you have more than one.
Never leave CLR on an area for longer than two minutes. If the stain does not disappear, use CLR full strength and then wipe and rinse promptly with cold, clean water.
Test on a hidden area before applying to the entire surface and apply directly to the stain with a brush, cloth, or sponge and let soak for 2 minutes. Rinse promptly with cold water. Never leave CLR on an area for longer than two minutes or mix with other household cleaners or bleach.
CLR is very effective in cleaning many hard surfaces such as porcelain sinks, tubs and toilets, and on metals and brick. CLR can be an all-around household cleaner but it can be harmful because of the chemical used to create this unique formular.
Do not use CLR on any natural stone or marble (including cultured marble), terrazzo, colored grout (any other color than white), any painted, coated, sealed or metallic glazed surfaces, plastics, laminates, Formica, Corian, aluminum, galvanized metals, nickel, oil rubbed bronze, brass, copper, steam irons, leaded
An acid-based cleaner is the best way to remove water deposits. Vinegar and lemon juice are two natural alternatives, but they just don’t work as quickly and effectively. CLR uses similar ingredients to Lime Away. All you need to know is that they both are made specifically for water stains and break them down well.
White vinegar is your best friend for helping figure out how to remove stubborn stains from the toilet bowl, and an overnight soak is a great way to banish those grubby marks once and for all. Pour around 120ml of white vinegar into the bowl and close the lid. Leave for at least eight hours, or overnight.
WARNING OVERVIEW: Irritating to eyes, skin, respiratory tract and mucous membranes. Risk of burns to eyes, skin, and respiratory tract. May be harmful or fatal if swallowed. Use with adequate ventilation.
Spray WD – 40 on tough limescale stains and mineral deposits in your toilet, and let it sit for a few minutes. ⏰ Scrub with a toilet brush or a pumice stone, and the stains will dissolve easily!
Plumber in a Can CLR Clog-Free Drain clears almost all household clogged or sluggish drains in seconds without the use of harsh chemicals, acids or lye. It is safe to use on all sound plumbing and works on almost any clog including hair, grease, food and soap build-up.
Quickly remove tough surface mold and mildew stains on a wide variety of surfaces throughout the home, including ceramic tile, baseboards, fabrics, glass, brick, concrete, natural stone, laminated countertops, fully cured and oil-based painted surfaces, hard plastics, automobile tires, wood, grout and fiberglass.
While CLR is generally safe and effective in removing calcium, lime and/or rust from concrete, ALWAYS spot test in an inconspicuous area first. If there are no adverse reactions between CLR and the concrete (change in colour or texture), it would be safe to use on the other affected areas of the concrete.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for Rust and Calcium buildup. It actually works well on rust and lime stains. Even like naval jelly on cars or faucets, etc. it is very strong so be careful when using on porcelain or cheap stainless steel.
(Formerly called CLR Bath & Kitchen) Use on most kitchen and bath surfaces including: porcelain, ceramic tile, shower doors, sinks, bathtubs, white grout & caulk, toilet bowls, fiberglass and kitchen countertops. Will not remove rust.
Pour about five ounces of CLR Calcium, Lime & Rust Remover into the toilet and brush the interior of the toilet for two minutes. If the stains are not that bad, pour about three ounces of CLR Calcium, Lime & Rust Remover into the water in the toilet, brush for two minutes and then flush.