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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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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.
I'm sure you meant to use vinegar on an empty tank as well. The change in pH could easily kill your fish. If you are trying to get rid of hard water scale at the water line, best to use a scrubber pad and elbow grease or a razor blade if its a glass tank. If the tank is empty, you could use all sorts of things (cheap and easy is baking soda and vinegar) but I would scrub it well with baking soda and rinse well as the last step before filling it.
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Thx op
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You can get these but in Limeaway for $1 at Dollar General. The limeaway spray is crap (and more expensive) against hard water and smells horrible. These bottles work great and have more of a mint smell.
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This is for removing deposits left behind from hard water.
What's the best product for removing hard water stains on a glass shower
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What's the best product for removing hard water stains on a glass shower
Try "Chemical Guys SPI_886_16 Water Spot Rx Hard Water Spot Remover for Glass and Windows" it is pretty great for removing hard water spots on glass and should work well on glass shower doors. It is a polish (micro abrasives) with a formula that helps break down the hard water spots like this Lime Out has. I actually got it mainly for use on my house windows. I have used it on my car windows and it worked pretty good with only using my hands and a microfiber towel.
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For $1.50 + tax I figured what the hell. I already have rust removers but I can use this for calcium and hard water deposits. Is this safe to use on coffeemakers and hot pots so long as you rinse it out thoroughly with water afterwards?
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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.
No chemicals followed by a recommendation to use some chemicals. I'm a bit confused.
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Have same question.
Vinegar does a great job at removing calcium deposits, especially high concentrate vinegar for cleaning.. Why buy this in OP?
Household vinegar does little to touch hard water and soap scum. I'm concerned as to your reference to "high concentrate vinegar". High concentrate acetic acid can be very dangerous. Just because it has a common household name doesn't mean that it can't be very dangerous just like any other chemical.
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Acetic Acid Hazards
Acetic acid can be a hazardous chemical if not used in a safe and appropriate manner. This liquid is highly corrosive to the skin and eyes and, because of this, must be handled with extreme care. Acetic acid can also be damaging to the internal organs if ingested or in the case of vapor inhalation. The use of PPE (personal protective equipment) is essential when handling this chemical in an undiluted state.
How to Handle Acetic Acid Safely
When handling acetic acid, it is essential to keep a few critical safety tips in mind. Never add water to this chemical, and always keep acetic acid away from sources of heat, sparks or flame. Wear suitable respiratory equipment if handling acetic acid in an area that isn't well-ventilated. It is recommended that you wear the following protective gear when using acetic acid:
Gloves
Splash goggles
Synthetic apron
Vapor respirator (if needed)
Ensure that eye-wash stations are nearby if handling acetic acid. In the event of a large spill in either the workplace or at home, a self-contained breathing apparatus should be equipped, and you should also wear a full protective suit for additional safety. If you do not have this equipment readily at hand, do not attempt to clean up the acetic acid without it.
Proper Health Care for Acetic Acid Exposure
Exposure to acetic acid can pose serious hazards to your health. This chemical is especially dangerous when it comes in contact with either the skin or eyes. In any instance of acetic acid exposure, it is important to seek help from a medical professional right away to help prevent damaging health effects.
Skin Contact – Immediately flush skin with water for at least 15 minutes and remove contaminated clothing. Cover the irritated skin with an emollient. In case of serious skin contact, wash using a disinfectant soap. Seek out medical attention as soon as possible.
Eye Contact – Remove contact lenses right away if present. Immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for no less than 15 minutes. Seek medical attention immediately.
Ingestion – If acetic acid is ingested, do not induce vomiting. If victim is unconscious, do not administer any mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Loosen any tight clothing. Seek medical attention immediately if any symptoms appear.
Inhalation – If inhaled, seek fresh air and medical attention immediately. If breathing is difficult, administer oxygen. If breathing is absent, give artificial respiration.
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For $1.50 + tax I figured what the hell. I already have rust removers but I can use this for calcium and hard water deposits. Is this safe to use on coffeemakers and hot pots so long as you rinse it out thoroughly with water afterwards?
I did just that a day or two ago and have done it few times previously. Still alive so far. Did plenty of rinsing and running vinegar through for about six cycles.
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What's the best product for removing hard water stains on a glass shower
Automotive grit sandpaper. Sounds crazy but it's super easy and works great:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WqBh51UoKo
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Automotive grit sandpaper. Sounds crazy but it's super easy and works great:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WqBh51UoKo
Steel wool also works well.
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I had a couple of professional cleaners tell me they swear by this stuff. It's basically a knock off to CLR but for a dollar it's great. And they said its better than anything they have tried. Just throwing it out there.

https://www.dollartree.com/la39s-...2oz/964130
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Automotive grit sandpaper. Sounds crazy but it's super easy and works great:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WqBh51UoKo
You're gonna need quite a few sheets to clean the entire shower stall as the scum builds up on the sandpaper and taking away its abrasiveness. Steel wool with Ajax or Comet is the way to go.
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You're gonna need quite a few sheets to clean the entire shower stall as the scum builds up on the sandpaper and taking away its abrasiveness. Steel wool with Ajax or Comet is the way to go.
As long as you're wetsanding, you shouldn't have problems with buildup
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