Do you have hard water? If your water leaves a white, hard residue on your bathroom fixtures, you have hard water. My sink and bathtub cleaner just won’t cut through the hard water stains on chrome. For the past year or so, our bathroom fixtures have looked chalky until I found the easy solution to remove hard water stains.
Hard water is a way of life in Florida, and until we get a water softener this problem won’t go away. When we have guests I’m always afraid of what they’ll think of my cleaning abilities when they see this staring them in the face. The chalky white residue simply does not go away with my regular bathroom detergents. And, I can’t use abrasive scrubbers without scratching the chrome surface of the fixtures.
Since I always have antibacterial wipes in the bathroom (THE best at cleaning toilet seats and lids, in my honest opinion), I decided to give the new Clorox® Disinfecting Wipes with Micro-Scrubbers a try on the chrome. After so many disappointing cleaning attempts, one last failed attempt couldn’t hurt, right?
Well, with very little effort on my end, our bathroom spigot went from cruddy to WOW in a few seconds.
The textured side is very textured, almost like Velcro. When I pulled it out of the container, the textured side had to be pulled apart, making it perfect for scouring tough messes like soap scum and hard water stains! The smooth side is useful for disinfecting and wiping away dirt and grime (like under toilet seats). Clorox® Disinfecting Wipes with Micro-Scrubbers kills 99.9% of common germs*, including those that can cause cold and flu, Staphylococcus aureus, and Salmonella enterica.
This new product is honestly the Holy Grail in my bathroom. It’s shined my sink fixtures, removed toothpaste build-up and cleaned up beard hair clippings with minimal effort on my end. It’s saved me so much time and makes cleaning up one of the dirtiest rooms in the home such a breeze.
*When used as directed
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