Removing Rust Stains

Rust stains are anyone’s greatest worry. Removing rust stains is harder and more annoying than worrying about it. But do not worry, cause we got you covered, cause we got some things you can follow to get rid of those pesky rust stains.

Tip #1: Rust Stains on Clothes?

Do you have rust on clothing that you are uncertain on how to remove? Well, it can be done by using either white vinegar or lemon juice. It is best you place the clothing on some old cloth, and pour the liquid directly onto the stain. Make sure you soak the entire stain, then dry it out using a towel. Then dry it out till the the stains fades and then put it though laundry.

Tip #2: Rust stains on fabrics that cannot be washed?

If a cloth or fabric that is non washable have been affected by rust, there are two choices you can pick from. You can take the easy way out, albeit its expensive, which is taking the cloth to a professional cleaner. Then there is this method. Mix together some lemon juice and some salt till you get a thick mixture. You must try the mixture out in a small area and see how it reacts. Then if it went well, use it on the stain and place it in the sun. You want to dampen the area regularly with lemon juice til the stain disappears. Then brush off the residual salt.

How to remove rust stains from carpet or furnishings

Got metal furniture? Chances are that if you, you experienced some rust stains on the carpet or other furniture when moving around the metal furniture. Well do not stress, cause we got you covered. Much like for the previous scenarios, soak a cloth in some white vinegar. Then sprinkle the rust stain with salt and afterwards apply the cloth on top. Leave it for 30 minutes. Continue the process till the stain is gone.Leave the furniture or carpet to dry and then vacuum up the remaining salt. If the stain is still present, use a commercial rust remover.

Stain remover notes

  • The longer you wait, the harder it will become to remove the stain. It is best to use cold water since hot water will let it set in and make it harder to remove later on.
  • Prior to cleaning any cloth of yours, use it on a small area, such as the inside of a sleeve, to see how it reacts to your cloth.
  • It’s always easier to treat a stain on a washable cloth.

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