Leona Clemens
Leona Clemens
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Asked on May 13, 2018

Stain in bathtubs

Leona ClemensJewell MartinDee
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Since I have moved into my house I have tried everything on the market to clean my bathtubs, sinks, and toilets to no avail they look terrible need help?
q stain in bathtubs
Just one of the tubs.
11 answers
  • Janet Pizaro
    on May 13, 2018

    porcelain or fiberglass

  • Mogie
    on May 13, 2018

    To get them clean (and if they are fiberglass) use Easy Off Oven cleaner in the blue can. Spray it on, turn your exhaust fan on, leave the room and shut the door behind you. In about an hour go back and scrub and rinse.

  • William
    on May 13, 2018

    Try Easy Off No Fume Oven Cleaner in the Blue can. Works on enamel, porcelain, and fiberglass. If this doesn't work then the glaze coat is compromised and it would need to be refinished.

  • Lesley Hawthorne
    on May 13, 2018

    I spray Hydrogen peroxide on my tiles works, wonders, my friend uses Rubbing Alcohol you might try these easy, very inexpensive methods.

  • Lesley Hawthorne
    on May 13, 2018

    Forgot to mention these also work well on the tub/shower.

  • Castrang17
    on May 14, 2018

    I have had luck with Liquid Comet, a good coat and let set, use a magic eraser or sponge in up/down/circle motion, rinse with cold water. Nothing harsh on porcelain as it eats the porcelain away over time, turns to chalk and flakes away. Dark streaky stains that look like rust is the iron leaching through, this usually happens to older sinks and tubs, only Epoxy paint will cover that.

  • Vida Knab
    on May 14, 2018

    Fill tub with warm water, to level of stain, and add 5-6 Denture tablets. Let soak for an hour. Rinse with water.

  • Anna
    on May 14, 2018

    If it's not plastic, try fingernail polish remover and a sponge. Works great for the ceramic tubs.

  • Dee
    on May 17, 2018

    Use liquid shout. Let stand overnight and then clean off with a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser.

  • Jewell Martin
    on May 17, 2018

    Have you tried scrubbing with a paste of vinegar and baking soda? After applying, let it soak in at least 30 minutes before rinsing. Have you tried using the stopper and filling the sinks, tubs, and toilets with 1 cup of bleach to almost 1 gallon of water? Let it soak overnight, then rinse. Only do one of these at a time so your house doesn’t fill with fumes. ☺️

  • Leona Clemens
    on May 17, 2018

    Tried these no results, still the same. Thank you for your post.

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