Rust Removers - Effective and Easy to Make Samples

Posted On May 06, 2018

Are you done with trying many rust removers that don’t really work for you?

Well, rust stains are one of the problems that cause a headache as it makes sinks, toilets, tubs, etc, look really ugly and people always search for effective rust removers that are not hard to reach.

Here, UGP provides some useful rust removers to help you get rid of the bathroom rust stains.

Firstly, you need to know what causes rust stains.

There are many things that cause rust stains like:

  • Mineral water deposit,
  • Metal objects left on the tub edge,
  • Old plumbing.

Secondly, How to Remove Rust Stains?

Vinegar and Baking Soda:

Make a paste of both vinegar and baking soda –which you’ll find in your home- then rub this paste over the stains and leave it all day long –the period depends on how bad your stains are- after that scrub the paste with a robust brush and let the magic happen.

Hydrogen Peroxide and Cream of Tartar:

This magical paste is a really effective rust remover. However, you can use hydrogen peroxide solo to remove rust stains and it will help but combining it with cream of tartar makes a great remover.

P.S: make sure it won’t touch any clothes or towels.

Pumice Stone:

People usually use a pumice stone for removing dry skin. But, it has another useful job as a rust remover and it’s one of the best removers to use before the stains get etched into the porcelain.

Just make sure that the stone and the surface that need to be cleaned are both wet to avoid scratches.

From the above, we conclude that it’s not impossible to remove rust stains, you just need to know how to deal with it and what rust removers to use.