Question about Robert Yick Co. RanRYC168 Gas Kitchen Range
How do I clean tempered glass shower doors? I have hard water stains and some soap scum residue. I've tried virtually everything. After cleaning and drying, the stains still remain.
Norwex Descaler is the absolute best thing I've found for hard water build up on any surface, including glass shower doors and shower/sink fixtures. When I moved into my current house last year, the bathtub and shower head were disgusting! They
were white with years of built-up hard water residue. Repeated application of CLR
and a ton of elbow grease just couldn't get it off. When I tried Norwex
DeScaler for the first time, it removed ALL of the soap scum and lime
in the FIRST application.
This stuff is enzyme based - free of hazardous chemicals and enviro friendly. The enzymes in the DeScaler actually eat the soap scum! I just spray it on, wait 5 -10 minutes, and wipe off with my wet microfiber cloth (also from Norwex). It's incredible. It works better and faster than CLR, or any other chemical alternative I've tried. It's fume-free and can be used by people with chemical and environmental allergies.
You can buy it from a Norwex Rep, or order it online - a good site is www.Norwex-Healthy-Cleaning.com. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
Use fine grit sandpaper, 1000 or 2000 or even higher grits. wet sandpaper and then slowly rub it into affected area.
Posted on Oct 19, 2007
I've tried the Norwex DeScaler and it is absolutely amazing, worked within minutes. I go through 2 different consultants because I can't choose which is my favorite - www.norwex-healthy-green-living.com and www.norwex-cleaning-supplies.com All of the Norwex products are awesome!
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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