December 15, 2006, Newsletter Issue #167: Rust Removal from Sinks, Tubs, Toilets and Tile

Tip of the Week

Cleaning a bathroom shouldn't be a daunting task. The appearance of rust on sinks, tubs and bathroom tiles can be enough to put off even the most creative housekeeper. Cleaning bathroom rust isn't difficult however. It can accomplished with several items found in the kitchen. Lemon juice left to sit on the offending spot for at least 30 minutes should be enough to remove the rust. White vinegar works much in the same manner. It may take a couple of applications, but either of these household staples should be enough. If they're not, you may want to try something a little stronger such as ordinary household bleach or a cleaning product contain oxalic acid.

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