We're listing our house week after next & our old porcelain tub needs attention. It's original to the 1050's house and looks yellowed on the sides from decades of use. I won't replace the tub. I won't refinish the tub (too much $$$). We have 10 days left until the date it hits the market & a LOT left to do. I need a quick cheap way to get the tub looking better. We recaulked which helped. I've used baking soda (no help) & 7th Generation cleaner (helped a little). I tried a Brillo pad & it looked worse. I'll even use chemicals if I need to, since we're out of here soon. Any experience with something that works?
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8/15/08 at 10:48pm