You will need
  • - ammonia;
  • hydrogen peroxide;
  • - oxalic acid;
  • - vinegar (9%);
  • - salt;
  • soda;
  • - turpentine;
  • - kitchen sponge;
  • - rubber gloves.
To get rid of rust in bathtub will help you ammonia and hydrogen peroxide. They can be purchased in any pharmacy. Mix the components in equal proportions. Soak the sponge pad in the solution and RUB the area you want to defeat. This procedure can be used as prevention, scrubbing the bathroom 2-3 times a month.
If the stain in your bathtub is deep enough, use oxalic acid. To do this, handle the necessary parts of the tool and leave it on for 20-30 minutes. Then using a kitchen sponge and warm water will remove any excess acid.
A mixture of salt and vinegar as effectively cope with rust stains. For its preparation mix 3 tablespoons of acetic acid and 1 tablespoon of salt. This mixture treat the rust and leave it on for 20-30 minutes. Then carefully RUB the soiled area with a kitchen sponge and remove the rest of the warm pure water.
If the rust on the bath was formed recently to help regular soda. RUB the affected area with soda slurry for 5-10 minutes. Then remove the rest of warm water. If necessary, repeat the procedure.
The turpentine will help to clean up old rust spots. For this bath, first treat regular table salt. Dampen a kitchen sponge in turpentine and carefully RUB the affected areas. After this, the remains of tools clean with water. These works should be produced in special rubber gloves and apron.
If you remove rust stains people's recipes and tips fail, seek help from a specialist. A skilled craftsman will professionally repaving, using modern tools and procedures. This bathroom will last you years and will look like new.