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Old 01-08-2013, 04:55 PM   #21
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It's true that the brand "TSP" has been..."cleansed?.. of its phosphorus, but as always there's more than one way to skin a cat...



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It's true that the brand "TSP" has been..."cleansed?.. of its phosphorus, but as always there's more than one way to skin a cat...



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You can still get the original red box TSP. I smuggle some in from New Hampshire from time to time. New Hampshire, the "live free or die" state.
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"Live Free and Die Clean" State, more like! Good ol' New Hampshire...

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I have to live with extreme iron water in my well. Not fit for drinking or washing clothes. My Shower Stall and toilets turn orange in a week.
So I can honestly say I am the iron remediation Qween....
There was a product made by ZEP commercial concentrated iron stain remover that was very strong, is currently off market now, or I can't find it anymore. I used this and thought it much more powerful than CLR... Used to buy it in Lowes or Home Depot. Now they have replaced it with the spray version of SUPER IRON OUT Rust and Stain Remover Spray. WORKS GREAT on FIBERGLASS! Spray it on and let the magic work, no scrubbing, no touching.
Costs $4.88 Contains: Hydrofluorosilic Acid and Oxalic Acid.
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