How do I get stains out of a bathtub?

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  • Kathy Gunter Law Kathy Gunter Law on Dec 06, 2018

    It depends on the stain and the bathtub composition. My go to would be Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. You might need to add something to that like vinegar, baking soda, or hydrogen peroxide.

    You might try contacting a Norwex representative if the eraser doesn't work.

    If it's not marble, I would also recommend a no-scrub product "wet & forget shower".

  • Marge Cadieux Marge Cadieux on Dec 06, 2018

    try Coke a cola

    what color is the stain and where is it?


    • Grandmasue10 Grandmasue10 on Dec 18, 2018

      Thank you for your tip. My stain is hair dye, brown and near the drain. Others have suggested "Easy Off" oven cleaner. I'll try just a little of it to be sure I am not ruining the whole tube.

  • Bijous Bijous on Dec 06, 2018

    Hi. Typically tubs don't stain unless it's rust or some other mineral. You can actually try a toilet bowl gel cleaner for rust and hard water stains. If that does not remove the stains, if the tub is old the porcelain may have worn thin and your are seeing the metal. If that's the case, consider re-doing the tub with an epoxy paint. Happy DIY'ing.

  • Grandmasue10 Grandmasue10 on Dec 06, 2018

    I have no answer, only another question. I have a hair dye stain on my plastic tub. Now what do I do?

    • William William on Dec 12, 2018

      Easy Off No Fume oven cleaner in the BLUE can. Works on enamel, porcelain, and fiberglass.

  • William William on Dec 12, 2018

    Easy Off No Fume oven cleaner in the BLUE can. Works on enamel, porcelain, and fiberglass.

  • Marge Cadieux Marge Cadieux on Dec 20, 2018

    I just saw this post and thought of you.https://www.hometalk.com/22372615/quick-n-easy-non-toxic-diy-cleaner-to-make-your-faucet-sparkle-agaiScroll to the end and see the sink tub.