|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.58 x 2.87 x 10.88 inches|
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Item model number||K-23725-NA|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Returnable 45 Days after Purchase|
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Kohler K-23725-NA Cast Iron Cleaner
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|Item Volume||236 Milliliters|
|Unit Count||1.00 Count|
|Item Weight||0.6 Pounds|
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- Removes pot marks, rust and other blemishes on enameled cast iron
- Cast iron cleaner for the kitchen and bathroom
- 8 fluid ounce squeeze bottle
- Premium formula restores shine of enameled cast iron surfaces
- Non-abrasive cream-based cleaner
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From the manufacturer
Clean with Kohler
Gracious living doesn't start and stop with a kitchen or bath product.
Kohler is a leading global lifestyle brand. We deliver gracious living through a full range of kitchen and bath solutions.
No one understands Kohler surfaces better than Kohler.
The same level of thought and design that goes into manufacturing our products goes into their care, cleaning and maintenance to ensure a lifetime of beauty, durability and performance.
Only Kohler offers the exact right cleaner for the right product surface.
All-purpose cleaners do a moderate job cleaning lots of things. Kohler cleaners do an exceptional job cleaning specific things.
Cleans and removes dirt, grime and other residue to restore faucets, glass, mirrors and countertops.
- Safe on all faucet finishes
- Leaves a streak-free shine
- For use on faucets, glass, mirrors and countertops
Provides quick and easy removal of grime, grease and ink from stainless steel, enameled cast iron, glass and other nonporous surfaces.
Tub & Shower Cleaner
Cleans and removes soap scum, lime and other heavy soil to restore acrylic, tile, enameled cast iron, and KOHLER Lithocast, LuxStone and Choreograph surfaces.
- Penetrates and cleans slip-resistant surfaces
- For use on shower and tub surfaces, including tile
- Formulated to be used on KOHLER Lithocast, Luxstone and Choreograph surfaces
KOHLER cast iron cleaner removes pot marks, rust and other blemishes to clean and restore enameled cast iron surfaces.
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I wish I had done more reading outside these reviews before my purchase . I bought this for black, scratch like marks (looks like crazing) in the bottom of my cast-iron enamel tub, along with some dark pitted dots in the same area. There's also scuffing around the drain. Many reviews here said this worked when all else failed i.e. "Like MAGIC!". Not the case here. This product did absolutely nothing for these marks and stains. Zero, zilch, nada. I tried it with a damp cloth straight from the bottle with lots of rubbing. I tried a thick coat left on the tub for 15 minutes and then rubbing with both a dry soft cloth (nothing) and then a damp soft cloth with lots of elbow grease (again, nothing). I gave it several passes, over and over, to see if it would lift anything. Nope. It does not even polish as it claims to-- residue from the cream only adds a temporary shine. When washed off, it looks exactly the same as before.
At the edge of my tub I had some tiny light brown spots that look like the beginnings of rust. I rubbed some of this cleanser in with a gloved finger and they came out. Curious, I also use my gloved finger to rub in hair conditioner in a different spot, then tried a runny solution of baking soda and water. All three things got these very light superficial stains out.
This product can't do more that any DIY (dilute baking soda and water, Dawn, diatomaceous earth) or cheaper mild cleaning product like Bon Ami, can. (You should never use harsh abrasives on cast iron enameled surfaces). It is deceptive in its claims, and wildly overpriced for the tiny bottle size.
I now use a runny mixture of dawn dish detergent and diatomaceous earth or baking soda for general cleaning of the tub. The results are the same. It will clean for a fraction of the price, though I realize I'm probably stuck with the black scratches that I have unless I do a enamel paint touch up at this point.
By CMR on February 11, 2021