A non-scratching cleanser can be used to remove surface dirt stains from a plastic bathtub according to expert contractor Bob Villa. Plastic bathtubs are easily scratched, so removing stains is not always simple. For deep set-in stains, chlorine bleach works well.Continue Reading
Plastic is a common material in portable or folding bathtubs. Baby and pet bathtubs are also often made of plastic. Usually, ordinary household bathroom cleaners do a good job of removing dirt and grime. However, for a more natural alternative, there are a few options.
The best cleaning products for removing stains from bathtubs are natural products like baking soda, vinegar and cream of tartar. Oven cleaner and shampoo are also effective for bathtub cleaning.Full Answer >
Remove miscellaneous stains from a porcelain bathtub by mixing cream of tartar and hydrogen peroxide to make a paste, apply the paste to the stain, allow the stain remover to sit for 30 minutes and wipe away the paste and stain. Test the paste of this home remedy in an inconspicuous spot before use,Full Answer >
To remove water stains from a carpet, stop any water source that stains the carpet, clean the stains of dirt, apply white vinegar solution to the stains, and then vacuum the carpet. However, hire a professional cleaning company to clean the stains for a carpet made of natural fibers to prevent cellulose browning. Additionally, hiring a professional cleaner is necessary in case the vinegar solution fails to be effective irrespective of the type of carpet fiber.Full Answer >
Yellow stains can be removed from white plastic by using bleach, sand paper or commercial cleaner. For extremely difficult stains, a combination of the three methods can be used.Full Answer >