Shower Power - Powerful Bathroom Cleaner From Concentrate - Tub And Shower Cleaner - Cleans Tubs, Toilets, Urinals, Fixtures &Amp; More-1 Gal.
Best on the market for shower, tub, and toilet bowl
Removes soap scum, rust, hard water deposits and lime
This bottle is concentrated, just fill spray bottle with 4 parts water (4/5 or 80% water)
1 Gallon in size
NOTE: Do not place container on formica, or any other porous surfaces. For very old surfaces being cleaned, test a small, inconspicuous area to determine if glaze or enamel surface is removed. If so, discontinue use immediately.
1 gallon Shower Power refill bottle. A powerful shower and multi-use bathroom cleaner for total control and instant removal of soap scum, scale, lime stains, rust, corrosion, discoloration, and hard water deposits. Produces amazing results on shower tile & doors, tubs, sinks, toilets, urinals, Fiberglas, spas, chrome, stainless steel, glass and other hard surfaces. The unique clinging ability produces deep cleaning on vertical surfaces. This non-abrasive, heavy duty cleaner leaves the surface scratch free. Sparkling clean and leaves a fresh clean mint scent! Industrial Strength mix with water only. Do not use in Conjunction with Bleach or Mildew Remover. Do not use on Polished or Anodized Aluminum, Brass, Metallic Glaze, Marble, Terrazzo, Gold, Colored Grout, Carpets, Fabrics, Wood and Formica type Surfaces. Shower and tub tile: squirt or wipe onto surface full strength with a sponge brush or scrub pad. Allow to penetrate for one to two minutes. Do not allow to dry. Agitate with damp soonge, brush or scrub pad to clean. Rinse residue away fromptly until clean. Bathtub & fixtures: Mix with 4 parts water in a spray or squirt bottle. Apply to surface, clean with sponge and promptly rinse with clean water. Wipe dry to a clean shine. No abrasives, will not scratch. Toilet bowls & urinals: remove excess water with plunger or swab. Apply full strength onto surface. Agitate with brush or swab. Flush to rinse. NOTE: Do not place container on formica, or any other porous surfaces. For very old surfaces being cleaned, test a small, inconspicuous area to determine if glaze or enamel surface is removed. If so, discontinue use immediately.