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post #1 of Old 03-18-2015, 08:01 PM Thread Starter
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Mr Hardwater products: Any experience?

Anybody on the forum have any experience with Mr Hardwater products for shower door cleaning/polishing?
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* Glass shower doors are typically the easiest to work on because they are composed of clear glass and not located in the sun. Complications can arise when the customer has used harsh cleaners such as Lime-Away or CLR because they can etch the glass and leave a slight droplet ring which cannot be removed.

* Polishing Technique: RPM Low to Moderate. Pads: Natural Hair, Blue Nylon, Steel Wool. Polishing Compound: Mr Hard Water Cleaning Powder. If the stains are light to moderate, use a blue nylon pad with the Cleaning Powder. Its not necessary to use the Liquid Glass Polish on shower doors.

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Hard Water Stains

I have just recently researched the topic of "Hard Water Stains" and found that you may want to consider "Bar Keepers Friend".
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I have just recently researched the topic of "Hard Water Stains" and found that you may want to consider "Bar Keepers Friend".
I have used bar keepers. Only used it twice, but the mr hardwater is the cats ass for shower doors.
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Ya know those shower doors that are so bad that you can't see through them? I can wet my Magic Eraser, lightly scrub and rinse within 30 seconds...... looks like new. No chemical needed.
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