This post brought to you by CLR. All opinions are 100% mine.
There’s nothing more relaxing than a clean house, especially a clean bathroom and kitchen. There is something about a clean house that just makes me feel at ease, comfortable, and relaxed. I’m the type of person that cannot sit down to watch a movie in a room that isn’t at least half way decent.
I used to be a clean freak, but having four children has made me realize there is more to life than a spotless house. Okay, that and it’s impossible if I feel like doing anything other than cleaning all the time. I love a clean kitchen and bathroom, but they have to be the two rooms that I least look forward to cleaning. The kitchen, I hate dishes what can I say, that and scrubbing that the hard water stains. There is so much elbow grease involved in cleaning the kitchen and bathroom.
What’s the best way to get rid of those nasty hard water stains, calcium and lime build up, dirt, rust, mildew, and anything else you find in your bathroom or kitchen?
I would have to say CLR Kitchen & Bathroom Cleaner has helped reduce the amount of elbow grease I have to put into cleaning my bathroom and kitchen. It’s actually a pretty awesome cleaning product. Many of you might have tired it, I know tons of people that love it, and personally don’t blame them. Anything that makes cleaning a little easier gets an A+ in my book.
I jumped in my shower yesterday and realized how badly I needed to get those hard water stains out! It’s nice to know that CLR can help me get them out, too bad I am out, lol. It never fails, I need a cleaning product and my teenage daughter used it all. Never fails, she’s in this cleaning mode, and uses everything, but at least she is cleaning. My next trip to the store I will pick up some more CLR Bath & Kitchen Cleaner, the gift from mom-gurus.
If you haven’t heard about or used CLR Bath & Kitchen Cleaner here’s a little more about it:
- Fast acting and powerful
- Cleans quickly and effectively
- Makes short work of stubborn dirt, calcium, lime, hard-water stains, and soap scum. (My favorite)
- Has the environmental Protection Agency’s “DfE” (Design for the Environment designation, which means its safer chemistry is not harmful to everyone in your house.)
If you haven’t tried CLR Kitchen & Bathroom Cleaner be sure and pick some up, I think you will be very impressed with how much time and elbow grease you’ll save on your kitchen and bathroom cleaning.
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I’m not a fan of cleaning, but CLR makes it so much easier.
This post makes me want to grab some CLR and start at those water stains in the tub right away! Thanks for sharing! Next time I won’t have to use as much elbow grease to get a spotless bathroom!
I have hard water and have used this product. It works really well.
I hate dishes too. The hard water makes every thing I clean harder. Thanks for sharing.
Do you let the CLR sit and soak? And for how long? I am curious. Do you use it anywhere else besides the bathroom for hardwater stains? I use it anywhere where the porcelain or countertops or faucets have that chaulky buildup and then use either a scotchbrite sponge or a magic eraser!! I love using the magic eraser for hard water stains! It works very quickly!
LOVE THE STUFF
That stuff sure does work.
I love CLR cleaner! It wipes away grease and I love it for the tub. It helps get rid of the hard water stains!