About this item
- Patented calcium, lime, and rust remover for cleaning multiple surfaces
- Powerful non-toxic formula - effective on hardest of lime and calcium buildup
- Great for cleaning bathtubs, toilet bowls, sinks, glass, chrome, fiberglass, stainless steel, most coffee makers, humidifiers, dishwashers, washing machines and shower heads
- Great to use on hard water stains
- Safe for plumbing, safe for use on white grout, septic-safe
- Not harmful to nearby grass, shrubs, or vegetation
- WOMEN OWNED - Certified WBENC, Women's Business Enterpriser
- Safer Choice Meets U.S. EPA Safer Product Standards
- Visit CLRbrands.com for cleaning tips and uses of CLR Cleaning Solutions
CLR Calcium, Lime and Rust Remover is a powerful formula that quickly and easily dissolves and removes tough calcium and lime deposits as well as surface rust stains from bathtubs, toilet bowls, sinks, glass, chrome, fiberglass, stainless steel, most coffee makers, humidifiers, dishwashers, washing machines and shower heads. The formula also is perfect for use on RVs and boats. CLR Calcium, Lime and Rust Remover is part of the EPA's Safer Choice Program, recognizing the product as a safer alternative to chemicals. The fast-acting, powerful CLR formula is septic-safe and contains no phosphates. Always spot test in an inconspicuous area before beginning to clean. Available in 28 oz., 42 oz., and 128 oz. bottles. For industrial sizes available in 5 and 55 gallon containers, please contact one of our distribution partners.
What CLR Can Do:
Blasts Deposits: calcium from glassware, tile, tea and coffee pots
Dissolves Scale: lime from shower heads, tubs, humidifiers, toilets, and sinks
Zaps stains: rust from stucco, brick, porcelain, chrome, and certain metals
Q: can you use this product in dishwasher and/or washing machines and if so how much
A: Add a ½ cup of CLR to either machine where you normally would add your detergent or softener and run your machine. With both types of washers, once the cycle with the CLR has finished, run an additional full cycle with just water. If your machine is high efficiency or “water saver” only use ¼ cup of CLR.submitted byJax Auntie - 6 years ago
A: Dishwasher: REMOVE dishwashing rinse agent before using CLR Calcium, Lime and Rust Remover. Pour a 1/2 cup of CLR Calcium, Lime and Rust Remover directly into the bottom of an empty dishwasher (no glasses, dishes, or flatware but the racks can stay). Run a normal cycle followed by an extra rinse cycle. Make sure there are no detergents or any other chemicals in the machine while using our product. Washing Machine: Run your empty machine (no clothes) without detergent up to the main wash cycle, which is where the water stops and the cycle is about to agitate. Stop the machine and add one-half cup of CLR Calcium, Lime and Rust Remover directly into the tub of the machine. Finish cycle. Run one additional full cycle (wash and rinse) with water only to rinse machine fully. If your machine is HE (high efficiency) and/or 'Water Saver' we recommend using a 1/4 cup of CLR Calcium, Lime and Rust Remover, instead of the normal 1/2 cup recommended for any other type of washer/dishwasher. For Front Loading Machines: Simply add a 1/2 cup of CLR Calcium, Lime and Rust Remover to the soap dispenser (only 1/4 of a cup for HE machines). After the full cycle has completed, run an additional rinse cycle with just water. Make sure there are no clothes or other chemicals in the machine when using our product.submitted byCLRBrandExpert - 2 years agoBrand expert
Q: Is this product good for cleaning dirty grout between tiles on kitchen floor?
A: Not a clue but I would ask your washer mfgsubmitted bywww7126 - 6 years ago
A: While our CLR Calcium, Lime and Rust Remover is safe to use on white grout only (no other color), it's specifically formulated to dissolve mineral deposits caused by hard water (calcium/lime) and/or rust or soap scum. It's not formulated as a general grout cleanersubmitted byCLRBrandExpert - 2 years agoBrand expert
Q: Can I use this to remove yellow hard water stains on concrete pavers? Pavers are light red in color. Thanks!
A: We do not recommend using any of our products, effective in dissolving mineral deposits caused by hard water (or rust) on any pavers that have been coated, tinted or sealed. The acids in our product can pull out the color.submitted byCLRBrandExpert - 16 days agoBrand expert
Q: Can I soak my shower head in this, to remove buildup around the nozzles preventing the water from spraying out properly?
A: Yes, depending on the material of your showerhead, our CLR Calcium, Lime and Rust Remover can be used on showerheads made of chrome or stainless steel only (no other metals/finishes). Please follow the directions as listed on the back label of the bottlesubmitted byCLRBrandExpert - 9 months agoBrand expert
Q: can I use CLR on my pool ledge furniture? Is it safe and won't damage or discolor the white finish? please advise. Thank you!
A: We do not recommend using any of our products in or around a pool as it can never come into contact with chlorine or it can create a toxic gas. Depending on the material of your pool furniture, our product cannot be used on any painted, coated or sealed surfaces so if the white is due to a paint/coating we would not recommend it. The product can remove paintsubmitted byCLRBrandExpert - 1 year agoBrand expert
Q: where is the list of ingredients?
A: Our ingredients can be found on the back label, in the white Warning section, beneath the 'warnings' near the bottom of that section or on our website: www.clrbrands.com - middle of the page: https://clrbrands.com/Products/CLR-Household/CLR-Calcium-Lime-and-Rust-Removersubmitted byCLRBrandExpert - 1 year agoBrand expert