All Natural Rust Remover

My beach cottage has harder water than what I am used to in Chicago. It makes getting my diapers clean a bit of a hassle and it also leaves horrid rust stains on my tub. When Rust-Off was failing to work, I scoured (very punny, right?) for a solution. Turns out an all natural, super easy way to get rid of rust stains is by using salt, lime and a bit of time.

1 Lime – Cut in half and juiced – Reserve the rind for tough areas.

2 Tbs salt

2-3 hours of wait time

First dab a generous helping of salt on rust areas.

Use lime juice to thoroughly coat rust andĀ surroundingĀ area

If there are any very deep rust spots, use the rind to really get the salt and juice in.

Wait…

Wait…

Wait a little more.

And TA DA! A tub even Atticus approves of!

About the author

Xza
Xza Louise Higgins is the founder of MommyCon, creator of The Mommy Dialogues, and punk rock mom to two year old Atticus in the great city of Chicago, IL. She is incredibly passionate about birth options, human rights, and promoting gentle parenting practices.

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