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24oz Lime Out Heavy-Duty Rust, Lime & Calcium Stain Remover EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 24oz Lime Out Heavy-Duty Rust, Lime & Calcium Stain Remover on sale for $1.50. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+ orders. Thanks StrawMan86

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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has Lime OUT Heavy-Duty Rust, Lime & Calcium Stain Remover, 24 Fl. Oz. Bottle for $1.50. Choose no-rush shipping for $1 digital credit where available.

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Strange.. it wouldn't give me 15% subscribe and save on this item.
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I got rust on free weights that i left outside. Would this be good to use this to remove the rust?
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How is this better than using baking soda and/or vinegar? A magic eraser is also really good. You can get the generic version really cheap.
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How is this better than using baking soda and/or vinegar? A magic eraser is also really good. You can get the generic version really cheap.
Mutates more cells so you get more bang for the buck.
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I'm wondering is it's safe for inside my aquarium or if it's too toxic for the fish
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S&S is dead.
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I'm wondering is it's safe for inside my aquarium or if it's too toxic for the fish
If you like floating fish at the end, go for it.
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I'm wondering is it's safe for inside my aquarium or if it's too toxic for the fish
Do not clean your aquarium with any chemicals. Use vinegar if you have to. If the tank is empty then use boric acid but make sure you rinse the tank very well. Any other chemical will linger even after to rinse it and could kill the fish.
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How is this better than using baking soda and/or vinegar? A magic eraser is also really good. You can get the generic version really cheap.
This is for removing deposits left behind from hard water.
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I'm wondering is it's safe for inside my aquarium or if it's too toxic for the fish
I hope Aquaman kicks your ass
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Thanks. Got 5. Love this type of stuff
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no slow shipping
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I was able to get one but no option to get slow shipping for $1 credit. Said it will ship in 1-4 weeks. Still great price to try a new product for a tough problem.
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Do not leave on chromed faucets or plunger/sink rings for an extended time as this, like LimeAway, will discolor them. Some other finishes react the similarly but mostly noticed on the polished chrome as it starts turning black in some areas through the finish & doesn't come off.
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