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Zap Pro is a remodeling unit in a bottle. With it, you can enjoy professional grade restoration for things like porcelain, fiberglass, metals, tile, or grout. All of them can be made to look like new. Using this cleaner, you can avoid costly repairs or replacement of fine metals in your home, grout and tiles, or even your shower doors. Rather than replacements, you can just restore their original shine, remove any stains, and get them looking brand new.
The cost of Zap Pro is $9.99 plus $5.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows a free gift which you will receive by paying an extra fee of $5.99 for a total price of $21.97.
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Allegedly this spray will remove hard water stains, calcium deposits, lime scale, or rust. You can purportedly use it to eliminate scum, tarnish, stains, or years of filth that have built up with time. The company claims that it will penetrate, disintegrate, and eliminate stains which are located deep below the surface. .
The muriatic acid that is used as the active ingredient is not a popular ingredient in anything other than toilet bowl cleaners. For this reason it is understandable why it is not the remodel in the bottle that it claims to be.
It does not work nearly as effectively as the website claims according to reviews. Users have stated that it is not any better than other cleaners on the market even though it is supposed to be better than commercial cleaners.
The cost is incredibly high for a product that is not that different from competing cleaners.
The company offers the special cleaning pads to go along with orders from their site. This seems like a complementary gift, given that you are not meant to scrub the Zap Pro after application, only watch it work before your eyes.
There are no ingredients other that one listed on the website, so the only ingredient users know is in the unit is dilute muriatic acid, also known as hydrochloric acid. According to the NIH, this is used in many dyes, fertilizers, and in the rubber industry. Their database for household products shows that it is popular in toilet bowl cleaners. Concentration ranges between forty and seventy percent in most toilet bowl cleaners. When not diluted, this is a very dangerous chemical.
Theoretically you can dilute it and use it for commercial cleaning, but even in diluted form, professionals recommend that you use it only in an area that is well-ventilated. Reasons for this are that the vapors produced by the additive irritate respiratory tracts, and skin if contact is made.
Should it get flushed in the eyes, it needs to be washed out immediately.
For these reasons it is not recommended that any muriatic acid based cleaner, including this one, be used around children or pets.
Be careful of the guarantee. The company guarantees that it will remove almost any stain from your home, or your money back. This is the exact wording used by the company. Pay attention to the fact that it will remove “almost” any stain. Such a statement really means nothing. It is a waste of space for the consumer, meant to misleadingly tell consumers that it will always work for them, that the company guarantees it. However, the company does not guarantee that it will work all the time, and you need to be aware of this. While you have the purported ability to get your money back, it would be difficult for you to do so on legal footing given that very specific wording.
You can certainly use other cleaning products, or, alternatively, hire professional cleaners to see about getting rid of stains in a more guaranteed way.
Rather than spending hundreds or thousands of dollars to replace things in your home, you can save that money by restore them. Do not spend money replacing walls, floors, tile counters, or fixtures when you can just restore their original luster. The company claims you can avoid the cost of replacing fiberglass showers, rusted and ruined porcelain tubs, expensive brass or copper cookware, dingy or strained tile with grout.
Hard water might cover your fixtures with a crust. Your tub might be stained with rust. Instead of tearing it all out, just repair it. This product is a restorer, not a surface cleaning. That means it can be used to deeply penetrate stains and restore them. Restoring expensive, real metals like chrome, copper, or cast iron is easy. Giving cloudy glass shower doors a restoration is easy. Pools, Jacuzzis, boats, and RV’s can be made to look like new. Using as its main ingredient diluted muriatic acid, you need only spray the contents on the surface and let it sit. Non-abrasive, this formula will kill any pathogenic bacteria and leave in its place a wintergreen scent.
If you are going to buy, do your homework. You might be able to find this product at local retailers where you can get it at a lower price, sometimes. What's more, you can find it at a much better return policy or guarantee in case it does not work.
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