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    Quote Originally Posted by tannedangel View Post
    Cheap shampoo.
    Really? Any brand in particular?

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    i have used clr sucessfully on calcium build up ...use it straight if its bad ....diluted wont work as well or as easily

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Need~More~Coffee~Please* View Post
    i have used clr sucessfully on calcium build up ...use it straight if its bad ....diluted wont work as well or as easily
    Ooh thank you! I will keep that in mind

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    Default Help!! Cleaning the shower!

    My MIL cleans our grubby shower (hubby is a mechanic) with Ajax and gets it spotless!

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    Default Help!! Cleaning the shower!

    Gumption is pretty good as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Dishwashing liquid is amazing. Use a gentle scourer first and then a sponge.
    Okay I just tried this and it did not work. Dang it! This shower is seriously disgusting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Dishwashing liquid is amazing. Use a gentle scourer first and then a sponge.
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    Gumption is pretty good as well.
    Ooo I didnt think of gumption! May have to try it!

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    Default Help!! Cleaning the shower!

    Be generous with it. I used to use one of those non scratch scourers and cake it on and scrub hard and then use a sponge to wash the gumption off. Sometimes took a few goes. We had a revolting old shower in our last place!

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    I like Ajax too. But the powder, with lots of elbow grease! It lasts a long time so it's economical too

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    I also use white vinegar and water


 

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