Corrosion in your car or outdoor furniture can be painful, but if these stains are moved to your clothes or furniture, this may cause the pain to suffer.
Rust stains are not removed by normal stain removal methods, so we have created a list of what you can do to remove rust stains from your clothes and furniture.
If you have rust stains on your clothes, you can remove these stains by using white vinegar or lemon juice.
-Put your cloth or clothing onto an old towel and pour some white vinegar directly onto the stain, or rub a half a lemon.
-Place the vinegar or lemon juice thoroughly into the fabric, then use a clean white towel to lightly press.
Allow to dry in daylight until it disappears and then wash normally.
– For more intense and stubborn stains, you can also use rust remover materials that you can find in repairers.
If there are rust stains on your clothes that need not be washed, you have two options: take it to a professional cleaner or use the following method:
Mix lemon juice and salt to obtain a dense solution. Try this mixture in an invisible part of the fabric, you can try on the stain if the fabric is not damaged.
– After applying this mixture to the fabric, cool the sun.
Moisten with lemon regularly until the dish disappears.
– Clean the residues with a brush.
If you have metal furniture, the possibility of rust stains on your carpets is very high when you relocate these furniture. Do not stress, we explain how to remove these stubborn rust stains:
– Soak one piece of fabric in white vinegar and tighten
– Sprinkle the salt on the polka dots, then the vinegar is cool on the stain.
– Wait 30 minutes before you check the plate.
-Repeat the same process with a clean cloth until the rust stain disappears.
– Leave to dry and then clean salt residues with a vacuum cleaner.
-If the stain is still not removed, you can try to repeat the same steps with a rust remover.
– If you have a porcelain drain in the panyo or in your stainless steel sink, you should remove the solution using the same mixture of lemon, vinegar and salt.
– You should not use chlorine-containing bleach, as it is an oxidizing agent, it will make the corrosion worse.
– The sooner you interfere with a stain, the better your chance to remove the stain.
– The best method is to rinse the stain under cold water and to prevent the stain from drying, unless there are any stain on the oil.
– Before using any cleaning solution, you may see this solution in an invisible part of your fabric and see if it has damaged the fabric.
– Before using a new cleaning mixture, remember to thoroughly rinse the solution you have used before, because some chemicals should not be mixed with each other.
– Before using an unusual cleaning solution, you should carefully read the label of the fabric since some fabrics are too gentle for cleaning and the best way is to take them directly to the dry cleaner.
• To prevent smudging and color fading, do not apply too hard to the fabric to remove stains.
– It is recommended that you use the white towel cleaning method. In this method you can simply fold a white towel, add some water onto the stain, then press the towel lightly on the stain and then check how much stain you have on the towel.
-If you are using an industrial cleaner or detergent, you should first read the cleaner's label carefully and learn the precautions and instructions for use.
– It is always easier to remove stains on a woven fabric.