How To Clean The Bathtub Stains

How To Clean The Bathtub Stains

How to Clean Tough Stains from a Bathtub. Nobody likes the thought of taking a soak in a dingy bathtub. With constant exposure to moisture, bacteria and mold Put the shine back in your porcelain sinks and bathtubs by giving them a good scrubbing with full-strength white vinegar, followed by a rinse of clean cold water. To remove hard-water stains from your tub, pour in 3 cups white vinegar under running hot tap water. For heavier dirt or mild stains, sprinkle the tub with baking soda and spray on the vinegar-and-water solution. Let the mixture bubble for several minutes, then scrub with a soft cloth or sponge until a paste forms. Let the paste sit for 15 minutes, then wipe and rinse. If, no matter how much elbow grease you put into it, your old bathtub still has stains it might be that you haven’t tried the right solution yet. Learn the best way to remove stains from your bathtub with Merry Maids DIY cleaning tips, for removing stains from porcelain, acrylic, enamel tubs and more. Discolorations or stains on your bathtub make the entire bathroom feel unclean, but you can remove most of these with a bit of time and effort. The cleaning A baking soda and water paste will clean stuck on gunk in the shower and tub (use vinegar instead of water for really tough stains). Before we talk about how to clean a stained bathtub, there are two general points to They also work to get rid of stains on porcelain toilets! But the tub stains are NOT our doing, promise. I’m not sure if that makes it better or worse. See, when we bought this house, we gutted and redid this guest Eva asked: How do I remove an orange stain from the bottom and one side of my acrylic tub? It is only on the side which has the shower curtain and most of the

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