Here are questions related to Cleaning Lime Stains from a Bathtub.
How do you remove accumulated calcium stains or lime stains from a porcelain tub?
By Nora from Lake Ozark, MO
By Lilac 01/04/2011
A bottle of Lime Away should do it. It is sold everywhere.
How do I clean lime from my bathtub? It's an older house that I just moved into, probably built in the 1950's or so. The bathtub looks as if the last person that lived here never cleaned it! I tried the regular bathtub cleaners and nothing has worked. It seems to be built up from hard water stains and gets worse towards the drain. I'm thinking it's a thick layer of lime. It's so freagin gross! There is also some grout on the sides.
Erica from San Antonio, TX
By gbk 11/05/2011
Be careful using lime away as it can etch your tub and very careful if it is a new one as the finish is not as tough as the older tubs. Clr is good but I used vinegar and baking soda. Spray the vinegar on then a strong solution of baking soda and water but I applied it with a cloth and let them sit. Had to do a couple of times but it took off the white scale. On the commode I used the vinegar then about l/4 cup of baking soda and let it sit for about 30 minutes and a nylon bath scrubber got it clean. Hope you find your answer.
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