Remove rust stains from concrete by applying vinegar to the stain, keeping the stain wet, scrubbing with a stiff brush and rinsing the concrete. Vinegar does not stain clothing like commercial rust removers. Avoid bleach... More »

Because of the porous nature of concrete, the best way to remove stains is by absorbing the stain from the concrete material using trisodium phosphate for oil and grease or paint stripper for paint. Rust stains can also ... More »

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 » Home & Garden Cleaning Stain Removal

Scrub with diluted ammonia to remove discolorations in concrete, soft drink mix to remove rust stains, and oven cleaner or WD-40 to remove oil and grease stains. Scrub the affected areas and then rinse them well with a h... More » Home & Garden Cleaning Stain Removal

To remove a set-in stain, pour vinegar over the stain, and rub the stain with a vinegar and baking soda paste. You need vinegar, baking soda, a bowl, a measuring spoon and a rag. More »

The best way to remove a rust stain from a toilet is to use a toilet brush and a cleaning agent that contains diluted hydrochloric acid. Before cleaning the toilet, start with a dry bowl to prevent the cleaner from becom... More » Home & Garden Cleaning Stain Removal