The Norwex DeScaler. I’ve known how incredible this product is for making glass shower doors sparkle again (by removing lime build-up, etc.), but recently I was very excited when I was able to remove the build-up around the base of my faucet handles (especially the hot water side). I’ve previously tried soaking it with vinegar-soaked paper towels, which sort of worked, but was a pain. I was thrilled to see that by spraying the area, letting it set for a few minutes (while I went around spraying Descaler on the other places that I was going to clean) & then wiping it off with my Enviro cloth (followed by the window cloth for a streak-free shine!). It looks like new again. And I’m a happy lady.
To clean the hard water spots off your glass shower door, spray DeScaler evenly over the glass. Let set for 3-5 minutes. Wipe off with your bathroom scrub mitt, followed by the dry window cloth. Sparkly clean!
Any cons or downfalls of this product? Well, this stuff does not smell the greatest (quite unlike the Sanira solution, which smells lovely!), but not terribly offensive. The DeScaler used to be a brown, ugly color, but the new clear formula is fantastic! If you let it dry on, you won’t be able to easily wipe it off except by spraying it down again… so make sure you don’t wait too long to wipe it off the surface. And on the subject of toilets… I’m told the DeScaler works well on lime build-up in toilets, as well. People in our area complain of “the pink ring” in tubs and toilets. I find that the Sanira toilet system solution does a great job getting rid of the it. But at our house, we also have a bluish ring just at the water line that seems to have become part of the porcelain… I don’t know what this is from, but so far I’ve found nothing (toxic or otherwise) that will take it off. I did have one customer who was trying to remove long-term hard water build-up from the textured side of her shower door, and reported that she wasn’t able to cut through it with the descaler.
So that’s my 2 cents on the DeScaler! I’m still staring in amazement at my gunk-free faucets…