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How to Remove Rust Stains & Spots
Some of the toughest stuff to remove is that reddish-orangey-brown crusty or powdery material that shows up any time metal is exposed to moisture.
You definitely DO want to clean it off when it shows up, but you want to do it carefully because rust will stain anything it comes in contact with. We can help.
Here’s information on how to remove rust and rust stains in these areas where it most commonly shows up:
- The Bathroom – Opportunities for rust problems in the bathroom abound – around toilets, sinks, tubs, showers, drips, leaks and the general moisture that hangs around and clings to mirrors, light fixtures, bathroom fans, towel racks, and any other bit of metal such as screws, handles, fasteners, etc.
- Outdoors – Hard water from sprinklers and well water, rain, snow, salt water, salt spray, moist soil, standing water, humidity, dew, you name it, it can cause a rust problem.
- Rusty Tools – Any exposure to moisture means the iron in the tools will start to oxidize. No matter how careful you are, this can happen. And let’s tell the truth, we’re not always that careful. We’ve all left out tools outside once or twice or put them away without thoroughly cleaning and drying. We don’t always have the time to do everything just right.
Not to worry. RustAid to the rescue!
RustAid rust removal products come in spray gel for bathrooms, kitchens and indoor uses and a pourable formula for larger outdoor projects. Both will solve your rust problems on contact.
To learn how to remove rust stains and spots from pretty much anything, click on a category above or visit our Rust Stains and Spots page or Rust Removal Products page.
Bottom line: If you need help removing a rust stain, we’ve got you covered!