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How to Remove Bathroom Rust Stains & Spots
If a stubborn rust stain has found its way to your bathroom sink, tub, or countertop, don’t worry. We’ve got the solution to your bathroom rust removal problems.
Maybe you’re tired of looking at that brown ring on the edge of your bathroom sink or tub-- the one that’s shaped like the bottom of a shaving cream can. Maybe it’s the rusty-crusty stain in your toilet bowl that’s bugging you, or the brown spots on the mirror where the screws and anchors meet the glass. Or the area around the faucets, or the stain from the dripping tub. Or maybe it’s the place you left your razor or tweezers or a few innocent bobby pins or a safety pin.
What’s the Secret to Removing Bathroom Rust?
For small stains or those that are just beginning, an abrasive cleanser and a lot of elbow grease may be the answer. The bad news is this method doesn’t always work and you can actually damage bathroom surfaces, such as fiberglass, ceramic tile, and glass, if you use abrasive cleansers. They also require a lot of elbow grease (and ruin a perfectly good manicure every time!)
Instead, may we suggest RustAid Bathroom Spray Gel and RustAid Toilet Drop in Tabs to handle all your bathroom rust problems, easily, safely, successfully every time?
RustAid Bathroom Spray Gel is a special no-mess formula that dissolves rust and iron stains – plus calcium and lime deposits -- on tile, stainless steel, chrome, porcelain, fiberglass, glass, concrete, and more. There's no rubbing or scrubbing needed! Spray and wipe. That’s pretty much it!
About Bathroom Rust
Rust is caused by a process called oxidation. When iron is exposed to oxygen and moisture, oxidation occurs. Because so many metals contain iron, where you find metal, you may find rust. Old metal bathroom fixtures, such as handles and faucets can begin to rust over time and leave rust stains on your sink or shower. Rust can cause more systemic problems in your bathroom if iron is present in your pipes or water supply. The iron particles in the water rust and, over time, also create unsightly stains on sinks, tubs, and showers.
Here’s How To Get Rid of Rust In Your Bathroom
- Spray Rust Aid Bathroom Spray Gel directly on the rusty area
- Wait a few seconds while it dissolves the rust, calcium and line
- Wipe away rust with a damp cloth
It’s just that simple.
For Toilet Stains
- Remove the water from your toilet
- Spray RustAid on the stains and watch them vanish.
- Then use RustAid Toilet Drop in Tabs for automatic rust stain protection for up to 45 days! This unique oxidation-preventing formula stabilizes iron in toilet bowl water to keep rust stains from forming with every flush.