Ceramic bath

My ceramic walk in shower has dulled thru the years b/c of hard water . I have tried just about everything, including a razor, and yet there are still some areas that are so dull...how do I get the shiny back?
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  • Wanda Forrest Wanda Forrest on Sep 02, 2013
    You might try spraying it with peroxide and then sprinkling baking soda on it. Let set about 5 minutes, then scrub with a non-scratchy brush, sponge, or something. Let me know. That usually helps just about anything.

  • KMS Woodworks KMS Woodworks on Sep 03, 2013
    Hard water deposits are often dissolved with acids, vinegar being the most common. try a green kitchen scrubbie and some distilled white vinegar.

  • Tina Schuman Tina Schuman on Sep 03, 2013
    Thanks, I will give these things a try and will post my results......Tina

  • George Snider George Snider on Sep 04, 2013
    my wife, just recently, used a mixture of vinegar, lemon juice some baking soda and water and it worked extremely well. a gal of water, a cup of vinegar and a cup of lemon juice and a quarter cup of baking soda.

  • Tina Schuman Tina Schuman on Sep 04, 2013
    Great....thanks ...will try

  • Tina Schuman Tina Schuman on Sep 08, 2013
    Thanks for the answers, but I'm still hoping for more ideas. Nothing seems to be loosening the hard water stains, Ugh!...frustrated..... Still need your help............Thanks

  • Tina Schuman Tina Schuman on Sep 10, 2013
    tried the lemon juice...tried the baking soda & peroxide...used a bristle brush,nylon netting and Mr Clean white sponge eraser.......do you have any ides ????? :-)

  • KMS Woodworks KMS Woodworks on Sep 11, 2013
    a brush is not "aggressive enough" pick up a green kitchen scrubbie sponge. The green "scothbrite" side is what you need. The acidity in lemon juice is ok but not too active either. Some CLR would boost the power of the scrubbie.

  • Tina Schuman Tina Schuman on Sep 11, 2013
    OK, thanks.....will try ☺

  • Tina Schuman Tina Schuman on Sep 15, 2013
    seems baking soda mixed w/ blue Dawn detergent and green scotchbrite does the best job....thanks for all of the ideas everyone ♥

  • Ruth Anne Shattuck Ruth Anne Shattuck on Sep 07, 2015
    Vinegar. There is a "Cleaning Vinegar" now on the market. I have tried everything to no avail. Then I heard about this from a friend, Worked great, smelled horrible, but did the trick.