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Question by  elsewhen (627)

How can I remove rust stains from a bathtub?

the rust is near the drain, but on the porcelain part.


Answer by  somerset (801)

I did just that recently. First I scrapped any buildup, spatula, or razor blade will do. You have to be careful not to scrape the porcelain. With a sponge that has one side tough for scrubbing, I used comet. It took a few tries but it worked.


Answer by  spinner7575 (26)

There are many many cleaners that will do the trick. But I highly recommend CLR brand. If there is a foaming scrub, I would say go with that. Spray the area of the tub with rust and use a sponge or steel wool Brillo pad. The foam will break down the rust and it will wipe right up.


Answer by  Matt (13)

The easiest way that I have found to remove rust stains from a bath tub is to use some CLR. It is a stain removed that it available at any local home store and also most supermarkets and retail stores.


Answer by  andeesuemhotmailcom83 (26)

I've had good luck with a product called 'Barkeeps Friend' or something like that. It comes in a can like Comet and is a powder. It's good because it works on both the drain and the porcelain parts without harming either one. If you use something like a stiff wire brush, it may scar the porcelain.


Answer by  Anonymous

acid man, acid, gotta use some acid


Answer by  Totty (-18)

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