It's a common and often embarrassing problem; bath tub rings. Although older tubs may suffer from deep stains, I can show you some natural ways of getting rid of those unsightly bathtub rings once and for all!
It is good measure to practice some preventative maintenance after a shower or bath. Make sure you take a few moments to rinse out your tub thoroughly after use. Having a detachable shower head can make this chore quick and easy. Try not to use oily hygiene products excessively.
To get rid of nasty seemingly ingrained tub rings, put on some rubber gloves and scrub with household ammonia. For more stubborn stains use a scouring pad and baking soda. Dish washing liquid works great as well
If you still cannot get out the stains, consider re-glazing your old bathtub. Doing this can save you considerably as opposed to buying a new one and many people can do it themselves.
Tips & Warnings
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- Do not mix different household chemicals together, you can create a dangerous mix that can harm you or your family without knowing, always check warning labels.
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