Taps Outdoor

Taps Indoor


If your taps look like this, it is likely you have calcium, limescale and rust stains that build up due to hard water.

CLR makes removing these stains easy:

Step 1: Start by mixing a 50:50 CLR water solution in a bowl.

Step 2: Wipe the tap with a sponge that is wet with the CLR solution.

Step 3: Allow the solution to sit on your tap for 2-3 minutes.

Step 4: Rinse thoroughly with cold water.

Repeat process if necessary to remove build up that is particularly stubborn.

If your tap water flow is slow because of a build-up of calcium, limescale and rust stains, follow the instructions on how to clean your showerhead.

For new calcium limescale and rust stains, CLR Bathroom and Kitchen spray can be used.

Step 1: Simply spray CLR Bathroom and Kitchen onto your tap.
Step 2: Allow CLR to sit on your stains for 2-3 minutes.
Step 3: Rinse with cold water thoroughly.

If your stain is still showing after repeating this process, we recommend you use CLR industrial in a 50:50 CLR to water solution. Apply with a sponge and use an old unused toothbrush to agitate the build-up before rinsing with cold water.