Removing Rust From a Shower Stall

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Remove rust from a shower stall by sprinkling Bar Keeper's Friend on the surface and buffing out the ruse. A paste of vinegar and baking soda will also work will on rusty shower stalls. Prevent rust from forming by washing shower stalls regularly with vinegar water using instructions from a professional house cleaner in this free video on cleaning rust.

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Hi, I'm Rachel Yatuzis and I'm going to show you how to remove rust from your shower stall. An excellent, excellent product you can buy to remove rust is Bar Keepers Friend. This stuff is awesome. You can sprinkle it onto a sponge or put it directly onto the surface you're going to clean and it really really will get rid of rust, right before you eyes. This stuff work wonders. I mean look at how shiny that part of the door is as compared to this part over here. Let's go on and finish the job. If you don't have Bar Keepers Friend, you can make a paste using vinegar and baking soda. And it makes like a soft scrub-type substance and use that to scrub in all the cracks and crosses with the toothbrush. Let's see. This works really well also. Next, you want to make sure to prevent this in the future by washing your showers all regularly and vinegar water is awesome for just everyday cleaning; works great. This shower stall now looks as good as new. I'm Rachel Yatuzis and that is how you clean rust from a stalk, shower stall.

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