Cleaning old church sinks
Paul from Dover New Jersey contacted me when he and a number of parishioners were doing a deep cleaning at their church. “We have heavy, old calcium buildup on several large stainless steel sinks in our church. Can CLR Calcium, Lime & Rust Remover remove the calcium deposits?”
Paul, CLR is generally safe to use on stainless steel, but we do recommend spot testing first. Use a mixture of equal parts CLR and warm water. Let the solution sit on the spot test area for no longer than two to five minutes, then rinse promptly and thoroughly with cold water. If there are no adverse reactions, then it’s safe to use on the other affected areas of the sink. Using a soft scouring pad is recommended to assist in removal of the deposits. Repeat the process if necessary. Our product has been scientifically proven to dissolve mineral deposits within the first two to five minutes, one layer at a time.
Restoring the original luster
Donna from Mesa Arizona contacted me to compliment us on how well CLR Bath & Kitchen Cleaner cleaned her kitchen counters. “My eight year old granite counters look new! They have been dingy almost to the point of looking dirty. Just one application of the foam spray has restored the original luster. Thanks!”
Donna, I’m so happy that your kitchen counters have regained their original luster. I do hope you know that CLR Bath & Kitchen Cleaner is about the only product you need to clean your bathroom and kitchen. In addition to your countertops, you can use our cleaner on white grout and tile, your sink, toilet and, as long as it is not treated with a synthetic coating, to clean the soap residue from your shower enclosure. Just remember, always use CLR Bath & Kitchen Cleaner in a well-ventilated area and test a hidden area of the surface before beginning to clean. Never leave the solution on a surface for more than two or three minutes and always rinse thoroughly when you are finished.