Calcium Lime Rust

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Calcium Lime Rust, more commonly known as CLR, is a household cleaning product used for dissolving stains, such as calcium, lime, and iron oxide deposits.

Its ingredients include water, lactic acid, gluconic acid, lauramine oxide, Propylene Glycol, n-Butyl Ether, and solvents that dissolve cobalt gel coats and paint. One formulation is Lactic Acid 12-18%wt, Gluconic Acid 2.50-3.75%wt, Lauramine Oxide 1.50-3.25%wt with the remainer being water. [1] The product also contained phosphoric acid at one time,[citation needed] but it is now phosphate-free.

TV commercials display "Made in USA" and "Women Owned" logos.

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