The enzyme-based, non-toxic, and biodegradable solution is fantastic for removing calcium build-up from glass shower screens and around taps, and has a lovely, fresh scent. A little goes a long way – it works best diluted. A few applications may be required initially, but then the product can be used once a month to keep build-up under control.
WHERE TO USE: Use to remove soap scum, lime and scale, calcium, rust stains and water marks on tiles and sinks. NOT for use on natural stone tiles.
HOW TO USE: Generously wet the surface to be cleaned them spray the liquid on the surface (4 to 6 sprays on a shower screen door), spreading it evenly with the Kitchen Scrub Cloth or with your hand. Leave it to work for 10 minutes. For best results, do not let dry. After 10 minutes, agitate, wash off and then dry. For best results, scrub with the Kitchen Scrub Cloth, wipe off with a moist Envirocloth and finish with the Window Cloth.
WARNING: Natural acids in the product may damage some surfaces including granite, marble and unsealed grouted areas (always test in an inconspicuous place first). Marble and travertine, and many granites, are composed of a mineral called calcite. Hard water scale is also composed of calcite, so the solution could start dissolving your tiles or counter. Norwex has another option for these surfaces – the Cleaning Paste can be used to scrub and polish off the hard water deposits.
Here’s a 3 minute video showing the descaler in action – notice that she uses quite a lot of it on this door, which has a LOT of mineral buildup!