Cleaning strength with no strong odor
One problem many cleaning products have is that they have a strong, offensive odor. Debbie from Reed City, Michigan contacted me to let me know that CLR Bath & Kitchen Cleaner was not one of those products. “I have used several products before trying your CLR Bath & Kitchen Cleaner. They were all either too harsh assaulting my senses or didn't clean well. After using your cleaner, I wanted to let you know how pleased I am. It cleans well and there is no strong aroma. You can be sure I will continue to use it.”
Thanks for the kind words Debbie. A product doesn’t have to smell bad to work. You can use CLR Bath & Kitchen Cleaner on a wide variety of surfaces. You can use it on your sink, white grout and tile, countertops, toilet as well as the sliding door to your shower. If it is not treated with a synthetic coating, you can clean the soap residue off your shower enclosure. The formula will clean soap deposits off chrome, stainless steel, glass, plastic, fiberglass and brass fixtures. Do not use this cleaner on marble, mirrors, plastic laminates, wood, fabrics, painted surfaces, colored grout or wall coverings.
Removing paint spots from a hardwood floor
Christy from Macon, Mississippi emailed me with a question on CLR Stain Magnet. “Will this product get paint off a hardwood floor without harming the floor? We repainted a bedroom and have a few spots!”
Christy, CLR Stain Magnet is the perfect product to remove those paint spots from your floor. In addition to hardwood floors, Stain Magnet, is also great for furniture, carpet, painted walls and baseboards. With a powerful foaming action, Stain Magnet will clean older as well as fresh stains on marble, laminated countertops, hard plastics, cured and oil based paint surfaces as well as automobile tires. This all-purpose and multi-surface stain remover works on a variety of materials including fabric, glass, metal, brick, concrete, wood, grout and fiberglass. Stain Magnet will remove stains from nail polish, paint, shoe polish, oil, red wine, ink, crayon and permanent markers.