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Slimy Grimy

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Published on Jul 10, 2009

Dissolves Rust and Tarnish Stains.
Use a Slimy Grimy Soak to:

Clean rust stains from sinks, toilets, and tubs. Slimy Grimy works without harmful abrasives.
Remove rusty spots in dishwashers and washing machines.
Clean rust from work and garden tools to preserve their life.
Free rusted joints and loosen rusty nuts and bolts.
Remove rust stains caused by sprinkling systems on siding, shingles, brick, stucco and cement.
Dissolve orange oxide stains on white towels, clothing, etc. by using a little Slimy Grimy in the wash.
Wash away bleeding rust stains on cars, trucks, farm equipment, etc. by adding Slimy Grimy to your detergent and water. Helps to protect and keep rust from spreading.


Cleans Impossible Stains.

Use Slimy Grimy to eliminate:

Stains from boat accessories, plastics, vinyl and upholstery before winter storage
Brown stain build-up on boat bottoms. Accumulation of dirt and stains decreases fuel efficiency and speed. Slimy Grimy leaves boats "SHOWROOM CLEAN."
Dirt and stains in fish boxes leaving a fresh smell.
Unsightly stains in ceramic tile and grout. Slimy Grimy freshens bath and shower areas.
Stains on damp basements walls; prevents musty odors.
Rust and orange oxide stains on any surface, including clothing.


Brightens and Restores Exterior Wood and Aluminum

Use Slimy Grimy to:

Lift dirt and stains from wood decks and exterior wood surfaces to enhance the look and longevity of the wood.
Eliminate grime, dirt and stains on shakes, shingles and siding.
Remove oxidation caused by weathering on aluminum siding, storm windows, and doors.
Clean rust and orange oxide stains on all exterior surfaces.

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