What is the best way to clean lime and calcium stains in shower stall? CLR or Lime Away, or is...
I have a shower stall with glass doors and couldn't get them to come clean with ANYTHING. Eventually, believe it or not, what worked (and amazingly so) was a Mr.Clean magic eraser, damp with a little dish soap on it. (tried it without the dish soap and it did nothing. Tried the dish soap on its own, nothing.)
I don't know how it works, all I know is that I'm glad I do know!
Hope this helps !
I use white vinegar mixed with warm water (1:3) and then soak kitchen towels with the solution, stick it on the shower glass for an hour. (It'll be quite stinky) Remove the kitchen towels and wipe off anything still on. It works very fine for me.
The cheapest and best way to clean lime scale stains in a shower stall is to use distilled white vinegar. Dilute 1 part of white vinegar to 5 parts of water. This will make a solution you can clean shower tiles with.
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