Asked on Sep 10, 2016

Blue water stain on bathtub

Fran
by Fran
How do I remove a blue water stain from my bath.......?
Looks like years of dripping has caused this stain.
  10 answers
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Sep 11, 2016
    Try Mr. Clean Magic Eraser.
  • T T on Sep 11, 2016
    Try Simple Green. Spray and let set the use Magic Eraser. Another solution is mixing baking soda and vinegar and scour with the Magic Eraser
  • Becky Becky on Sep 11, 2016
    Try Barkeepers Friend. Helped me remove stubborn rust stain on tub when nothing else worked. Took a couple tries but finally got the job done.
  • Nick Nick on Sep 11, 2016
    Unless you want to keep removing the stain you should figure out what is corroding in your water supply system that is producing this stain. I would start with the water heater. When was the last time that it was drained?
  • Johnchip Johnchip on Sep 11, 2016
    All the household pads and products may help the surface, but if the stain is in the porcelain, in the end, you will end up using muratic acid. But I agree, you should get to the source and see if it cannot be simply fix so it is not a constant maintenance issue.
  • Donyel Donyel on Sep 11, 2016
    Degreaser from Lowes and Magic Eraser
  • Oldglass Stuff Oldglass Stuff on Sep 11, 2016
    If you can get it in NZ try a "Pumie" brand scouring stick. We get them here in California at our 99 cent Only store, but I've seen them online too at somewhat inflated prices.
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  • Fran Fran on Sep 11, 2016
    Have checked water heater and no problem there. Am going to try simple green first as work my way through different products suggested. Thank you
  • Nancy Chesser Beverly Nancy Chesser Beverly on Sep 11, 2016
    You can have the mineral content checked. You may have to put some type of particle filter on your water lines. You didn't mention if you have the stains in any other area. If it is just in the bath, you could check the connectors on those pipes. You may have to replace them. We are on a well and have iron deposits, so we are constantly fighting them...
  • Jackie Byrd Jackie Byrd on Sep 12, 2016
    This might be a sign that it is time to have your water heater flushed and the dip tube and anode rod replaced.