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  # 2321827 21-Sep-2019 08:38
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I use it to clean the stainless on my toaster. I think I got it via the Internet from somewhere.

Awesome product.







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  # 2322425 22-Sep-2019 02:59
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Tried it on my glass shower yesterday, didn’t work. Didn’t scratch it either though. Might have to try again.

 
 
 
 


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  # 2322470 22-Sep-2019 09:35
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For our shower glass we got it treated with stuff that only requires a rinse and wipe after your shower. Been six months or so now, still like new.

This: http://vitroglaze.co.nz/

We had it applied with the renovation of our bathroom so it went on before the shower had been used but they say that’s not a requirement.



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  # 2322742 22-Sep-2019 16:50
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MadEngineer: For our shower glass we got it treated with stuff that only requires a rinse and wipe after your shower. Been six months or so now, still like new.

This: http://vitroglaze.co.nz/

We had it applied with the renovation of our bathroom so it went on before the shower had been used but they say that’s not a requirement.


Thanks but if I can just get it clean this once it will likely be the last time I need to. :)



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  # 2331351 6-Oct-2019 11:30
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Update: tried a patch test of 30 seconds brand hard water spot remover thick liquid from Bunnings on my shower door and it is promising. Did a better job than BKF or CLR so I plan on trying a bigger section probably today. I'll let you know how it goes. This one: https://30seconds.co.nz/product/water-spot-remover/

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  # 2331365 6-Oct-2019 12:53
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If the deposits have been on the glass for a long time there will be a faint etching into the glass around the edges of the spots. You can polish or dissolve the build up off but it takes a lot more to remove the etch marks.



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  # 2331576 6-Oct-2019 21:52
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The 30 seconds scratches.
I am going to get some of the liquid bkf and try being persistent.

 
 
 
 


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  # 2331585 6-Oct-2019 22:16
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We moved house 6 months ago and the shower was a shocker calcium deposits on the glass, only thing that worked any good was tigers paw from wet and forget. Went through a few clr type products from Bunnings and they were all useless



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  # 2331655 7-Oct-2019 01:23
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Upon thinking, I realised the micro scratches were probably already there but I couldn’t see them for the water spots. The 30 Seconds definitely did a better job than the rest but is going to need to be repeated a few more times.

Tiger's Paw eh? Thanks, may try it.

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