An easy way to effectively remove rust stains from clothing is to use a combination of salt and lemon juice. First, sprinkle some salt on the rust stain. Next, squeeze lemon juice over the salt. Finally, lay the clothing... More »

Rust stains often ruin the appearance of clothing. With the wrong approach, it is possible to cause the stain to become permanent. Use lemon juice, salt and a commercial rust remover to successfully remove rust stains fr... More »

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Rust stains can be removed with lemon juice, salt, laundry soap and ammonia, according to chemstry expert Anne Marie Helmenstine. Laundry and laundry room expert Mary Marlowe Leverette also recommends using lemon juice a... More »

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Remove rust stains from fabric by scraping away as much of the rust as possible with a teaspoon, saturating with lemon juice, liberally sprinkling with salt and letting it sit for 24 hours. Blot the spot with an absorben... More »

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Although it can be difficult to remove rust stains from clothing or fabric, some simple options are to use a commercial rust remover product or natural products such as salt, vinegar and lemon. To try to remove the rust ... More »

One way to remove rust stains from clothing is to thoroughly saturate the rust stain with mild dish soap and water, then blot the rust away with a clean white cloth. Remove any additional rust stains with a mild mixture ... More »

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To remove a rust stain from fabric, rub the stain with a paste of hot water, cream of tartar and salt, and launder the fabric with a regular detergent in a washing machine according to the manufacturer's instructions. Ai... More »

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