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So here's the skinny. I live in a pretty crappy basement apartment in Brooklyn. At least, the place was pretty crappy until I moved in and made it significantly less crappy. It's still pretty rude though, especially the bathroom.
The former tenants painted the bathtub. I have no idea why. I assume it's because they were too lazy to actually clean it, but that's neither nor there. I've spent the better part of the day stripping the paint off and exposing it's nice white underside. Except for the fact that most of the floor of the tub isn't white (the walls, however, are). There's a nice big spot where rust has eaten through the bottom, and lot of much smaller spots with surface rust.
I've hit the smaller spots with CLR and a bristle brush, to little effect. I'm gonna see if steel wool will help. My main concerns are the big spots. Anybody know if there's any kind of filling agent I can use to patch the hole up? Or will I have to suffer with covering it with a bathmat and hoping nobody notices.