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Shaws Pads Starter Kit
Eco Friendly Toilet Ring Remover
Shaws Pads are a non-toxic cleaning product for removing scale, lime, rust, and other hard water deposits from porcelain sinks, toilets, urinals and ceramic tile. Easy to use: just dip in water and gently rub. Scale and deposits automatically release leaving a clean and shiny surface.
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The Environmental Advantages of Using Shaws Pads
The Shaws Pads, your non-chemical alternative for removing ring around the toilet. The environmental advantages of using the Shaws Pad include:
the waste water system is not polluted,
air is not contaminated with toxic odors,
protective clothing is not necessary, and
bathroom fixtures are not exposed to potential damage.
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Tips for Using the Shaws Pads
Get the best performance from your Shaws Pads. This video offers simple tips on using your Shaws products including:
best surface conditions for use,
wetting the pad prior to use,
ensuring the pad is flat on the surface, and
most importantly, do not overwork.
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How To Use Your Shaws Pads
Choosing a Design That is Right For You
Shaws Pads come in three different designs: Shaws Handle, Shaws Pads – 2 Pack, and Lil Shaws Pad.
Shaws Handles have a flexible head that easily adjusts to different angles. Its size is appropriate for removing rings from inside a toilet bowl and allows the user to work the pad without getting their hands wet. The Handles are also great for efficient cleaning of large surface areas like ceramic tile showers and swimming pools.
Shaws Pads can be used alone or as a replacement pad for the handle.
Lil Shaws Pads are great for getting into small places. You can easily remove stains around faucets without damaging the chrome.
How To Use Your Shaws Pad
The Shaw’s Pad is designed for cleaning the hard surfaces of porcelain and ceramic tile.
It's Simple and Easy
Moisten the pad
Lay the pad on the surface
Tips for Using Your Shaws Pads
A porcelain finish in good condition is essential for effective results.
Surfaces that have been cleaned with harsh chemicals or pumice for extended periods of time may have been damaged; thereby, reducing the effectiveness of the Shaws Pad.
If you are cleaning a curved surface, we recommend that a moistened pad sit for a minute or two before use. This enhances the flexibility of the pad so that it can conform more easily to the curve of the surface.
Ensure that the surface of the pad is flat on the surface. The pad is very malleable allowing it to conform to the surface being cleaned.
Don't overwork, gentle rubbing will remove most build-up. For deep stains we suggest the following method: rub, rest (for a few minutes): rub, rest: rub, rest:...repeat.
Before using on surfaces other than porcelain and ceramic tile; test in an inconspicuous area.
What Your Shaws Pads Will Clean
What Your Shaws Pad Will Clean
The Shaws Pads - Simple and Easy to Use
Known as the “Ring-Go-Star” of the porcelain throne.
Removes crusted deposits from pool tiles.
Cleans up porcelain sinks.
Rubs off stains from ceramic tiles.
What Your Shaws Pads Will Clean Off
Without the use of chemicals the Shaws Pads easily remove:
hard water stains,
lime buildup, and
Removes Other Unwanted Stains
Additionally, the pad will effectively remove other unwanted substances from porcelain and ceramic tile including:
adhesives and glue,
paint and ink.
Surfaces Your Shaws Pads Will Clean
The Shaws Pad is an excellent choice for cleaning new fixtures. Using the Pad will safeguard the finish and ensure the longevity of your property.
The Shaws Pad is a hard surface cleaner. The efficacy of the pad is directly related to the condition of the surface being cleaned. It works best on porcelain and ceramic tile that have a finish in good condition.
If the finish has been damaged from the use of harsh chemical cleaners or a pumice stone; you may have to continue with these cleaners until you replace the fixture.