Q&A: How do you remove stuck on oil from bath?

Question by gadgesxi: How do you remove stuck on oil from bath?
the wife put too much aromatherapy oil in the bath and now all the bath has stuck on oil. How do i remove it? Tried scrubbing but its really tough to remove.

Best answer:

Answer by Bambi Berkowicz
You need oil to remove oil. Find some more bath oil and rub it in to dissolve the dried oil. Rinse with hot, hot, hot soapy water and then plain hot water.

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  1. There is a new product out called Winning Colours Stain Remover which says it is eco-friendly and kind to skin. I believe it breaks down oils. It has worked amazingly on a lot of stains for me and may work for you. I found it at https://www.winningbrandscorporation.com/index.htm ..They have a store locator on their website. I also found this for you..this guy in this Youtube video cleans up oil in his garage using Winning Colours Stain Remover https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIIntLaSA74 I also included this other video where the another guy takes many other harsh stains out of carpet using Winning Colours Stain Remover. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YP1Uz0OGf6Q Good Luck:)

  2. It is not tough to remove. Any basic soap will dissolve oil. Try the laundry room for some detergent and put that on a rag and wipe it off. It is the easiest clean up job in the whole world of cleaning.

    After you can rinse the surface with vinegar and water.

  3. You can remove the oil with dish washing liquid.

    Wet the tub with water, either by spraying it with your shower or with a spritzer bottle of water. Scrub dish washing liquid all over the tub with a scrub brush. Allow to sit for about 20 minutes. Then scrub and rinse the dish washing liquid away.

    It doesn’t matter which brand you use, as long as it’s a good name brand. Most people recommend Dawn, but I’ve found other brands work just as well…Ajax, Palmolive, Joy, etc.

    Dish washing liquid is specifically formulated to break down oils. It will break down the oil and make it easy to simply wash away.

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