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Old 10-01-2014, 08:33 AM   #15
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You might also consider gloves - your hands will smell like bleach for days

There's a product called, "JOMEX", that mixes with your clorox/water solution, and removes most odor from the mixture.

Use it outdoors when cleaning the mold off your house or MH, and the solution won't kill your plants or grass.

Find it at any big-box type of store.
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Old 10-01-2014, 08:44 AM   #16
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Yeah! Oxiclean works wonders (got the stains out of my Corian undermount sink, but should work equally well on most surfaces)! And it doesn't appear to damage the sink surface like using an abrasive cleaner (BarKeeper's Friend, Soft Scrub, etc) or bleach can.

Not that it's difficult (fill sink with warm-to-hot water and a scoop of Oxiclean), but you can see a video about it here (this is where I learned this trick):

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Old 10-01-2014, 09:01 AM   #17
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Try Barkeepers Friend, one of the best cleaner I've used to get rid of strains. You can get it at most grocery stores.
Thats what we use and it works great...
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Old 10-01-2014, 10:07 AM   #18
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After getting ours clean with oxy clean I wax them with a good automotive wax. Prevents staining for awhile.
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After getting ours clean with oxy clean I wax them with a good automotive wax. Prevents staining for awhile.
Great idea! Bet it would help make them easier to clean... less stuff will stick to 'em! I already use auto wax on the inside of my shower: fiberglass walls and the glass. Keeps it much cleaner... and using a squeegee after showering is much easier, too.

Love how this forum exposes you to new ideas!
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Never thought to use wax in the sink nor on the shower enclosure and the glass doors. Something to do in the RV and the S/B.

Thank you so much for all this information these forms rock!
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I have had good luck with denture cleaning tablets. Fill sink with hot water, add 6 to 12 tablets and let it sit overnight.
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After getting ours clean with oxy clean I wax them with a good automotive wax. Prevents staining for awhile.
We use Dri Wash N Guard on the shower walls, sink etc and it sure seems to help reduce stains.
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I have had good luck with denture cleaning tablets. Fill sink with hot water, add 6 to 12 tablets and let it sit overnight.
Sounds like this could be a great option for me in another couple of years. I could just toss my teeth in the sink and kill two birds with one stone!

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Good strong Pyrex will do the trick. No elbow grease needed. Little water, rubber gloves to reach plug, let set for a few minutes, nice and white. Not for color other than white, works for toilet too. HAVE good ventilation.

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If by the above you mean "peroxide", I've had good luck with this, too.
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That is what I ment, this tablet has all the words up and unless you look it chooses for you and most of the time WRONG.
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