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Old 04-22-2013, 07:19 PM   #15
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I also polish our shower with Meguiars Cleaner/wax. Even the owners manual states to polish the shower with automotive wax. Removes the haze/scum and keeps it shining like new.
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Better than CLR is Eliminate, no smell like CLR or Lime Away. YOU can buy or order on line from Home Depot. It is in the plumbing supplies, not with the cleaners.

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We used to dry and squeegee our shower after use. Took only a couple of moments. The secret to keeping it looking new was a coat of Protect All every now and then. I still use it on toilet seats, sink, etc., in my bathrooms at home and the sparkle.
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We squeegee ours each time in the MH and S&B.
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