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Sterling Lime scale Remover Spray, 500 ml
Sterling Lime Scale Remover Spray is a liquid detergent with highly active lime remover that adds shine while removing lime and other stains from showers, baths, stainless steel, tiles, sinks, chrome fittings etc. In order to avoid the lime to settle, regular cleaning is important. If the lime has set itself on the bathroom tiles, sinks or stainless steel, they are easily cleaned with Sterling Lime Scale Remover Spray, which is sprayed directly onto the wet surface.
To reduce the chance of accidents, the product is equipped with a child-proof closure that can be easily secured and locked.
Note! Do NOT use on enamel, marble and aluminum. In case of doubt, test the product first on a non visible area.
INSTRUCTION FOR STERLING LIME SCALE REMOVER SPRAY
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