I have finally found a product that removes rust stains from your shower doors, tile, floors, walls, etc. It is called Sno-Bol, it's a toilet bowl cleaner and you can buy it real cheap at a Dollar store, Walmart,etc. for only like a dollar or two.
All you need to do is put the Sno-Bol liquid into a spray bottle that you use only for this and nothing else. Wear gloves when using because it will burn your hands. Just spray all over the stained area, no scrubbing needed, although some stains may require a bit of elbow grease. All you really have to do is let it set for a while until the stains disappear. some stains may require a second application.
I had tried everything on the market like CLR and BAM! meant to remove hard water rust stains, but nothing worked until my friend Amy told me about Sno-Bol. I can't get over how great it works and how easily it removes the rust stains on everything I've tried it on. I hope that you all will be as equally amazed and grateful at how Sno-Bol works.
Source: A tip from a friend, Amy.
By Anna from Jensen Beach, FL
I agree that this works great for rust stains, but you would be safer pouring some on a sponge and wiping it down, and not spraying it and breathing in the mist, unless you could wear a face mask or scarf to cover your nose and mouth. I'm just concerned for your safety!
If it is strong enough to burn hands you better be careful of your lungs and nose. Use with an open window and wear a mask.
I does work great but the fact that it also destroys your enamel, plastic, or any other material that you use it on that is poress in a full strength. (Toliet bowls contain water in them when using this product) I learned the hard way having to replace the tub and sink because I chose the easy quick way. I have found that a little iron-out paste or with a little more elbow grease can save you money in the long run. If you do continue to use Sno-Bowl or any toliet cleaner, Please be careful and when finished make sure that you use a good washing of soap and water to remove the caustic posion residue left behind!
I use The Works tub and shower cleaner, have found it at the dollars store and grocery store. Its also safe for my septic. Another rust removal product I've use, even on carpet, is Zud, I find this next to the comet cleanser.
Copper glo or Barkeeper's cleanser is good for rust with a little elbow grease. Safe for the environment and you.
Use a scrubber sponge and dry your bathroom with a microfiber cloth or terry towel at the end of the day and you can prevent the problem altogether.
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