I leave my shaving cream in the shower so that it is handy when I need to shave my legs but the metal ring around the bottom of the can leaves a rust stain on my tile.
I wonder why , knowing it will be near water, they make a container that would rust in the first place?
How many of you have this same problem?
I have come up with a simple solution that I plan to use from now on, or at least until they can come up with a shaving cream can that doesn’t rust.
I cut the bottom off of a small water bottle to make a cup.
I placed the shaving cream can in the cup.
The fit wasn’t perfect and I was afraid that water would get inside the cup and cause it to fall off so I placed a rubber band around the top of the cup to form a seal and to hold it tightly onto the shaving cream can.
Walla, no more rusting!
I wonder why the manufacturers can’t put plastic or rubber on the bottom of the cans?
Now, I must go on Pinterst and find a way to remove the old rust spots.
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