Rust is one of the toughest substances to remove
But one savvy mother has revealed the ingenious way she managed to make her rusty bathroom towel rail look as good as new while only spending £1.
Eve Cocks, from Cardiff, took to the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips and Tricks Facebook group to show her incredible transformation and share how to avoid splashing out on new household items.
She managed to get the rusted chrome rail looking good as new by scooping a small amount of The Pink Stuff cleaning paste on to scruched up tinfoil and gently rubbing it on to the bars.
Eve Cocks, from Cardiff, took to the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips and Tricks Facebook group to share how she made her rusty bathroom towel rail (above) look as good as new
Accoedig to Eve, it only took her minutes, and there was no scrubbing involved.
The mother was left 'amazed' after using The Pink Stuff paste, which only costs £1 to make the rail look 'brand new' again.
She admitted that she had been considering buying an entirely new towel rail before trying out her budget and speedy cleaning method.
Eve explained: 'Well, I'm amazed... just used The Pink Stuff and foil on my disgusting old rusty towel rail and it looks nearly brand new!
The mother was left 'amazed' after her towel rail looked 'brand new' again purely from using The Pink Stuff paste, which only costs £1 from Wilko, and tin foil
Eve said she had been considering buying a new towel rail before trying out her budget and easy cleaning hack, which had amazing results (above, towel rail after cleaning)
'Was thinking of buying a new one but saw a post on this group. As you can see it definitely works!'
People were left gobsmacked after seeing the impressive results of her quick-and-easy cleaning method, admitting that they would definitely be trying out the technique for themselves.
While other Facebook users were quick to share that they had tried the method for themselves and assured others that it definitely works.
People were left gobsmacked after seeing the impressive results of her quick-and-easy cleaning method, admitting that they would be trying it out for themselves
One person wrote: 'Deffo going to try this - going home bargains tomoz'
Another penned: 'Looks great'
And a third commented: 'Wow, what a difference!'
While another asked for advice for the best way to salvage their own radiator, saying: 'So my bathroom radiator in my flat is exactly the same but cream so like a paint coating.
'What would work best on this??? I honestly thought it was past salvaging.'
Other keen people asked where they could by The Pink Stuff paste from, as they were eager to start transforming their own rusted bathroom appliances.