Tuesday, April 10, 2012

How to Remove Rust From Bathtub Surface

When your faucets or pipes begin to rust, the rusty water can cause rust stains in your bathtub. Rust can also occur naturally and often does so when the water contains excess minerals such as iron. Clean these stains as soon as possible to prevent the rust from permanently marking the bathtub.

Learn how to easily remove the rust traces from your bathtub surface from the following cleaners Canary Wharf tips on the subject:

Fortunately, you don't have to spend a great amount of money on cleaning compound to restore your bathtub good look. For such treatment you will only need lemon juice , salt and pumice stone. When you have these things on hand you may proceed with the actual cleaning.

As a beginning plug the bathtub.

Apply the juice of 1 lemon directly on the rust traces in a manner that will fully cover them. Sprinkle salt over the rusty area. Allow it to stand on for at least 3 hours.

Then take a scratch-free plastic scrubbing pad and rub the salt into the lemon juice. Don't stop the treatment until the rust marks vanish completely.

Next, wipe the area with a paper towel so you can trace your progress. In case you notice any remaining rust marks just repeat the whole process until the bathtub is all cleaned. Rinse it with clear water afterwards.

If the rust persists, moisten a pumice stone and scrub the rust stains with it. Don't apply too much of a pressure and make sure that the pumice stone is wet during the cleaning process. Work until the rust traces are all gone. Then just swill the area thoroughly.

Cleaners Canary Wharf wish you great cleaning results!


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