If you’re here and reading this, you’re probably upset about some rust stains on your beautiful porcelain sink (or tub, or whatever). Keep reading to find out how to remove rust stains from porcelain sinks or tubs!
As the Husband of the DIY Handy Mom, my role is to continually break and/or ruins things around the house. How else is my wife going to have projects to constantly work on? I’m doing her a favor!
Anyway, we had a delicious meal, as we almost always do because we love to cook. For this recipe, we seared some pork on our cast iron pan, one of the best tools in the kitchen. This set is similar to the ones that we use at home. The meal was great, but there was a ton of pork fat welded to the bottom of the pan that would probably take hours to scrub off by hand. I’m a programmer by trade, so I don’t work harder: I (try to) work smarter!
After dinner, I filled the cast iron pan with soapy water and left it in our porcelain sink to do its work on the cemented pork fat. You might see where I’m going with this by now.
The next morning, the pork fat came right off! Woo! But then I lifted the pan out of the sink, and saw this: