CLR Bathroom & Kitchen Cleaner Reviews

Is CLR bathroom & Kitchen spray the same as CLR regular? I like the product, but would be great if I could buy one and dilute.

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jora63

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September 28, 20070 found this helpful
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Add a couple drops of any household detergent (Mr Clean, Top Job, etc) and it will be.

By the way, CLR is basically acetic acid (vinegar) with the odor removed. Vinegar is much cheaper and does the same thing if given enough time or mixed with baking soda for a cleaner/de-odorizer.

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September 28, 20070 found this helpful

Add a couple of drops of cleaner to what?

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May 9, 20100 found this helpful

Stannous is right about CLR. It also contains chemicals that can damage surfaces and your health ( http://www.chesterscleanhouse.com/2 ... eaner-uses-dangers-alternatives.html and http://www.hescoinc.com/Msds/comcl4.pdf ). After reading that I use vinegar instead.

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