From the book "Talking Dirty with the Queen of Clean" she says this about removing rust: Rub with rough cloth or make a mix of commercial liquid rust remover and whiting powder (from local paint store), form a paste and put it on the rust stain. Cover it with plastic and sealed with masking tape for 10-15 minutes. Rinse with water, repeat if needed, buff and polish.
There are various ways to remove rust stains from wood counter tops. The easiest way is using acids and a piece of cloth to remove rust stains.
I have rust stains in my kitchen sink. What tools or products are available for cleaning rust from sinks without scratching them?
Whink Rust Remover will quickly get rid of rust stains and best of all it requires no scrubbing.
To remove rust stains from fabric, lay it on paper towels. Soak the stains with fresh lemon juice (Bottled ones work too). Lay the paper towels with the fabric out in the sun to dry. the stains will disappear. Wash as normal aftewards.
if its rust or something like that, use toothpaste
seriously? How does a duck get rust stains? Have you tried Coke? As in the soda? It removes rust off bumpers and doesn't seam like it would hurt the duck.
Go to the chemist and buy some Rust O Ban, works wonders on everything I bought it to remove rust from clothing. I use it on everything.
In order to remove rust stains from car paint, you will need to buy rust removing acid. This acid needs to be applied to the affected area. It then needs to sit for about two hours and eventually be removed with a wet sponge.
Try Tea Tree Oil. It works for everything. If that doesn't work, go onto this website, and order their products, they are sure to remove your rust stains- www.enjo.com
i have found trying baking soda made into a paste and a scrub brush. if that doesnt work CLR takes most rust stains out.
To remove rust stains from dishes, you can use lemon juice and salt on the stain spots and let this mixture remain on the dishes for at least 24 hours before removing them with water. You can repeat the process if some stains remain. During the 24 hours, you should add small drops of the lemon juice to keep the rust spots moist.
The filter has nothing to do with the rust stains. You can remove small rust stains from a plaster surface with a small amount of diluted muratic acid. There is a tool specifically for this task which will make it easier to get the acid to the stain. The tool can be found in some pool supply stores. Ken
have you tried scrubbing it with kitchen cleaners A Brillo pad will do it, but the rust will eventually come back.
It can be used to remove rust stains caused by swarf or some metalic object lef laying in the pool. however if the rust is a result of reinforsement having come in cotact with the water No.
Use more salt than water to make a paste, then rub it on the rust stain. There are a variety of products that will effectively remove rust, some of which are: * Wink Rust Remover is a liquid, which allows you to just squirt it on the rust, wait a few seconds, then rinse it off, with no scrubbing required. * Iron Out and Zud are powder forms of rust remover, both of which are effective, as well. But being in powder form, there will be some scrubbing required. Before using any of these products, make sure they will be safe for your sink, bathtub, shower, etc., if they are colored. Also, Wink Rust Remover and Iron Out can be used to remove rust stains from white clothing and other fabric items. As with any other cleaners and chemicals, always follow the directions closely.
Never Dull works well with some elbow grease.
CLR its found at most harware stores. scouring stone
Oxalic acid (one teaspoon) to remove rust and iron stains
water the part with the rust on it, then use a big knife to get the rust hold it up and hold it down keep on doing it until the rust will disappear? not sure ok... just saw it in others....
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What cleaning product will remove rust stains best.
Most likely the rust stains came from Iron ore contained within the granite, you aren't likely to get them off. This is one of the things most granite sellers won't tell people.
sounds like rust in your water you can try a whole house water filter, most of them will remove rust from the water If you have a water softener, purchase a product called "Iron Out" to add to the brine tank according to directions.
Place vitamin C tablets in a sock and let the sock sit on the stains for up to two minutes. It's that easy.