Discussion in 'Hard Surface Hub' started by Matt Wood, Dec 29, 2017.
Spartan Fomay Q&A.
Just did one this morning.
We also use their toilet bowl cleaner. Hardly any fragrance imo on the hold fast.
We use the hold fast on fiberglass and plastic showers too. On occasion we use super bowl the toilet bowl ckeaber, on fiberglass showers. You can't let it touch the hardware though. Put it right in the sponge and use it where you need it. Keep the water running a little so you don't damage the drain.
Genny has this down.
Never thought of doing that. Good suggestion, thanks.
I use a sprayer and sometimes get streaks that I have to work out.
I have use my antiquing brushes 320, 500, with success.
I've never heard of those. Do you have a picture of them?
Thats what I use. Good stuff.
Check out MB Stone MB 3 Soap Film Remover
And other problem solvers like...
MB-9 Mildew Stain Remover
D/2 Biological Solution
MAR GEL PLUS
MB-26 Stain Scrub
I dont have pictures however, you can look them up on either mbstone, stonepro, or your supplier. I live in an area that has very hard water I have use the mb soap remover, stone scrub and white pad and brushes along with polishing compound to find a solution. Each of the following has its place depending on the extent of the hard water your dealing with. I also have cerium oxide and whitting I haven't had them time to play with. I hard lent my brushes to a window cleaner he was impressed with them on uneven glass surfaces but he's questions weather the price is worth the rewarrd of the time saved. I tried to keep you up on my progress.
@Old Coastie you are correct to say no silver bullet.
Most of the time Stone and glass scrub was what I used because it was safe around stone; As well as it doubled as a rust remover. It was like my magic wand when I was in the field.
stone scrub and steel wool, or surprisingly windex and steel wool will handle it in most cases