How to remove a rust stain from fiberglass tub enclosure?

by Gmp
Help! We had a can of shaving cream on a shelf in our fiberglass tub enclosure that left a rust stain that I cannot remove. I've tried cleanser, fiberglass cleaner and Whink rust remover but nothing has worked.
  7 answers
  • Kristen Teaff Kristen Teaff on Jun 04, 2017

    Try hydrogen peroxide

  • Julesatlanta Julesatlanta on Jun 04, 2017

    Peroxide will remove it. Spray leave it wash awat

  • SLO SLO on Jun 04, 2017

    Once I had rust around the drain in my bathroom sink. I made a paste of cream of tartar and hydrogen peroxide and applied the paste to the rust and let it sit for some time then clean it away. I was so pleased because I didn't need to call in a expert and I had a sparkling clean sink for a cheap fix. Hope your able to return your tub to its original glory!!! 🤗

  • Charly Charly on Jun 04, 2017

    Use "The Works" from the Dollar Tree. Cost a dollar and works great. Spray. Let is sit for about 15 minutes. Rinse. Stain all gone! They make it for tubs, sinks, showers and toilets. Wonderful product. Just follow the directions on the bottle. Good luck.

  • Esawyer Esawyer on Jun 04, 2017

    Try Whink rust stain remover, it works on the laundry as well, I have used it for years, Lowes carries it.

  • Mary K Quintana Mary K Quintana on Jun 04, 2017

    Bar Keepers Friend.

  • DIANA DIANA on Jun 04, 2017

    Barkeeper's Friend