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Kenmore  All-Purpose Humidifier Cleaner

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Dissolves mineral built-up and cleans belt and water reservoir. Helps restore operating efficiency. For all tabletop, console and furnace-mount humidifiers.Low Monthly Payment. Click here to see what your monthly payment would be with your Sears card.

Added on October 21, 2010

 

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IFix

State College, PA

Feb 23 , 2012
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"Sears Humidifier Cleaner" = "Hard Water Mineral Remover"

I have been using Sears Humidifier Cleaner (Sulfamic Acid) since 1974. I do plumbing repairs and handyman work. I have saved faucets that were covered in minerals. I then dismantle the faucets and soak the parts in the S.H.C. After a few minutes, they're like new. I grease the parts with silicone plumbers grease and reassemble. No more services calls for that faucet!.

I had one job where a lady wanted me to install new glass shower doors becuase she couldn't "get them clean". It took me 1 bottle of S.H.C. and about an hour of brushing it on and very minimal scrubbing, the doors looked like new. I save her over $500. She was thrilled.

I live in State College, PA. Our local Sears store just discontinued this product from their assortment in the store.

This should have been marketed 40 years ago as a "Hard Water Mineral Remover".

Sears missed the boat again. For the past 30 years we've seen CLR flying off stores' shelves. It's nothing more the sulfamic acic........ and not as strong as the Sears product.

Sears....... DAH!!!

Good luck staying in business.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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freebird

Akron, OH

Nov 8 , 2009
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cleans out gunk

at the end of the winter I use this to clean my humidifier so its ready to use the next time, its a great price and one bottle lasts a long time

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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DrJohnF

Vermilion, OH

Jul 7 , 2008
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All-Purpose Humidifier Cleaner

This product is very effective at dissolving water hardness deposits from most surfaces with safety. While it is intended for dissolving hardness deposits in humidifiers, it also can be used as a general purpose cleaner for other hardness chemical deposits. When drippings from a multilevel parking garage stained my two-week old dark blue automobile over most of the hood and front fender I was told by the garage manager that the deposit could not be removed without damaging the paint, and that I should get two estimates from body shops to have the area repainted. They said they had other experience with this problem, and that all attempts at cleaning or polishing away the stain had resulted in damage to the paint due to the hardness of the deposited material. Not wanting to give in so easily nor wanting my new car to be repainted, I obtained samples of the dripping material and determined that the primary problem was indeed from dissolved quantities of calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate presumably produced as water from melting snow on the upper level percolated down through cracks in the concrete structure of the parking garage. A bit of research suggested that a dilute solution of sulfamic acid might dissolve the deposit without harming the paint, and some further research found that Sears Humidifier Cleaner contained sulfamic acid. I procured a bottle and diluted a few ounces in an equal quantity of water and applied it to the stain. The reaction was very quick, and in significantly less than a minute the stain was dissolved completely and was easily rinsed away. I now keep a bottle of this product on hand for dealing with numerous other water hardness deposit problems around our home.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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