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Very old benches, swings, pipes etc. often develop rust. And this rust can easily get transferred to your clothes if you get in closer to such things accidently. If you have got a rust stain on your clothes and it’s not ready to leave, this article will help you.
We have explained simple ways to remove rust stains from clothes. So keep reading:
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Stains that occurs due to food, tea, coffee, ink, etc. can be treated with different types of stain removers. However, there are not a lot of options that you can use to remove rust stains from clothes. You can only use:
You can check your nearest grocery stores, hardware store, or online websites to buy rust stain removers. You will be able to find them in the laundry aisle at supermarkets or the home goods section.
You should use just enough to fully cover the stain, however big it may be. You may let it sit in the material for a few minutes if necessary. Carefully read any directions or warnings prior to application as it may tell you the exact measurement or time to leave on the material.
You’ll want to give your clothes a thorough rinse with clean, cold water. A second rinse will remove the harmful acids that may linger and deteriorate the material of your clothes.
Launder your clothes as normal. The main component in rust removers is an acid that will lift the rust stain from your clothes. Acids present in commercial rust removers such as oxalic or hydrofluoric acid will cause damage to skin and household appliances.
That’s it about how you can remove rust stain with a commercial stain remover. Now, let’s see how homemade stain removers can help.
We have mentioned two homemade stain removers above:
The process of using both of these combinations are same.
Sprinkle the stained area with salt. Afterwards, fully saturate only the stain with lemon juice or vinegar. The quantity of every ingredient should be enough to cover the stained area. In case of lemon juice and vinegar you should consider that the stain should get damp slightly.
Note: This process is safe for white or unbleached fabrics such as linen. Coloured or delicate fabrics such as rayon, silk, wool, leather, and suede should be taken to a dry cleaner.
Allow it to sit for about five to ten minutes. Blot stain with a clean white towel for 10-15 minutes. The stain will steadily start getting vanished.
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To remove the residue of lemon juice or vinegar launder the garment as usual. Make sure you rinse the garment properly. Since lemon may leave a stain or bleach light clothing.
After covering the stain with salt and lemon juice/vinegar, place the garment outside in the sun under a towel until the stained area is dry. It is recommended to check every hour to make sure the lemon doesn’t bleach your fabric for up to three hours or until the stain has faded.
If sunlight is not available you can also simply air dry until the spot is completely dry. In all, we recommend you line dry your garments after removing rust stains rather than using a clothes dryer machine.
If the stain still persists you can send the garment to a dry cleaner near you. Experts have specialized chemicals to treat some of the toughest stains. Hence, there is a high chance that your garment will get stain-free.
However, if you still want to treat “dry-clean only” clothes at home, here is what you can do:
“Dry-clean only” fabric also called non-washable fabric is any fabric which cannot be washed at home using your regular wash methods. These include leather, high-quality silk, wool, etc. Let’s see how to remove rust stains from such clothes:
If you think you don’t have time for removing stains at home, don’t worry.
Rust stains are often tough to remove, however, by using any rust stain remover, a mix of lemon juice and salt or a paste of vinegar and salt, you can get rid of these stains easily. You can follow the processes explained above for using these stain removers. And in case the stain still persists, it might need an expert approach. You may need to send them to the dry cleaners.
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