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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.

Robert Yick Co.... | Answered on Oct 10, 2014

Typically MURIATIC ACID is very useful in cleaning stains from masonary and should work to clean a sudo-masonary stain off of glass. MURIATIC acid is normallly in stock at just about all hardware/big box home improvement stores

Robert Yick Co.... | Answered on Aug 29, 2011

my tempered glass shower doors are streked.
i tried everything

Robert Yick Co.... | Answered on Apr 19, 2010

Chip it off with a single edge razor blade ... I suggest you get the holder for this blade at your ACE or other fine hardware store in your area. Spend about $4.00 to prevent injury.

Robert Yick Co.... | Answered on Feb 14, 2010

try using a ceramic hob cleaner to get it off

Robert Yick Co.... | Answered on Jan 18, 2010

I would try a liquid paint remover. You brush it on and let it set and wipe it off. It's typically used on furniture. Lowe's, Target etc. will have it.

Robert Yick Co.... | Answered on Oct 05, 2009

I have the same exact problem with my XL44, any ideas? Time to buy a new stove? If I do, no more GE for me!

Robert Yick Co.... | Answered on Sep 11, 2008

mix vinegar and water in a container,turn the element on to the highest setting.get a METAL paint scraper pour the solution onto the element while scraping off the plastic.hope this helps.

Robert Yick Co.... | Answered on Dec 02, 2007

The symptoms you describe point to a cracked or blown out burner. If you can see the flame on the burner the flames should be blue and even in size.

Robert Yick Co.... | Answered on Nov 15, 2007

try bars keeper

Robert Yick Co.... | Answered on Aug 29, 2007


Robert Yick Co.... | Answered on Aug 29, 2007

Check this link; http://www.selectappliance.com/exec/ce-product/ry_ryc168 The wok model is approved for zero clearance installation by the AGA and CGA. That means that regardless of worktop etc material, it can be right next to the unit, so long as you do not modify the casing of the unit in any way. here's the link to contact the AGA if you want more info; http://www.aga.org/contactus.htm The other thing to try if you want reassurance would be to knock up a simulated worktop out of cheap wood/plywood just to represent the bit near the range, and use it carefully for a couple of days just to see if there is any problem. It should be fine. Hope this helps :)

Robert Yick Co.... | Answered on Jul 31, 2007

Contact your local dealer, gas appliance specialist or the manufacturer to check if a kit of parts is available for the conversion which would simplify matters.

Methane has a much lower calorific value than propane and so a higher volume of gas will be needed to obtain a similar amount of heat - this means bigger jets will be needed and possibly mixing chambers among other modifications.

Kitchen Ranges | Answered on Apr 01, 2020

That is the year I was born, so it is 67 years young!

Try some of the parts suppliers


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