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If you color your hair at home, it can become messy -- even when you're careful. Hair color is a dye and can alter the color of more than just your hair. Color that winds up in your deep white porcelain enamel bathtub can create a stain, especially if it isn't immediately wiped from your white porcelain enamel bathtub's surface. Dark or bright hair colors tend to leave the toughest stains. With a little cleanser and scrubbing, however, you should be able to get your bathtub looking as good as new.
1.Dampen a sponge and sprinkle a small amount of scouring powder directly on your deep white porcelain enamel bathtub.
2.Scrub the stained areas, adding more scouring powder as needed. Rinse the scouring powder once the stains have lifted. If the stains do not seem to be lifting, continue to the next step.
3.Fill your white porcelain enamel bathtub with warm water, making sure stained areas are below the water's surface.
4.Add 2 to 3 cups of liquid chlorine bleach to the water. Use a long-handled spoon or similar object to mix the bleach and water.
5.Allow the water/bleach mixture to remain in the enamel bathtub for eight hours, but allowing it to sit on the stain overnight is also acceptable.
6.Drain the mixture from the porcelain enamel bathtub and rinse with warm water. If the hair color stains are still visible, proceed to the next step.
7.Dampen a melamine foam eraser and scrub the stained areas. Re-dampen the eraser as needed.
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