CR 01606

Flitz Instant Calcium, Rust & Lime Remover - 16oz Spray Bottle

Flitz Instant Calcium, Rust & Lime Remover - 16oz Spray Bottle
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Instant Calcium, Rust & Lime Remover - 16oz Spray Bottle

C.R.L means clean, reveal, and luster! Do it the right way with this deposit killing organic formula. One spray then polish away with Calcium, Rust & Lime Remover!

Quickly and easily removes even the crustiest of stains, deposits and build-up. Made of organic salt, it is safer and easier to use than traditional cleaners. Recommended for removal of hard water spots and rust stains.

Use On:
  • Glass
  • Plastic & Acrylics
  • Aluminum
  • Fiberglass
  • Tile
  • Stainless Steel
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • Painted Surfaces
  • Enamel finishes


Instantly Removes:
  • Hardwater Spots
  • Encrusted Calcium/Lime Deposits
  • Heavy Green Tarnish
  • Heavy Oxidation
  • Rust
  • Corrosion
  • Grease
  • Oil
  • Water Stains
  • Soap Scum Build-up


Not for: Chrome, Marble, some Granite, Jura, Travertine & Terrazzo
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Flitz Instant Calcium, Rust & Lime Remover - 16oz Spray Bottle CR 01606 FLITZ INSTANT CALCIUM, RUST & LIME REMOVER 16 OZ SPRAY
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