Rid O' Rust Rust Stain Remover Review

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A SR101 Reader has provided this Rid O' Rust rust stain remover review.

SR101 Reader states:

I have a lot of iron in my well water and where the over spray hits my house it leaves a brown stain.

I'm in the swimming pool business and have tried every chemical we have, including muriatic acid, to remove these stains with no results.

With Rid O' Rust you spray it on, let set for a few minutes, and rinse it off. Stain gone!! That easy.

Taylor says:

Thanks for sharing your review of this product.

I had not heard of it prior to receiving your review, so I did a little bit of research into it, since I am asked a lot about products to help remove rust stains from exterior surfaces.

This stain remover is designed to be used on many different types of exterior surfaces, including concrete, sidewalks, driveways, asphalt, painted and unpainted surfaces, on the side of your house, such as with vinyl siding, metal, stucco, stone, and even grout.

There are actually two types of this product, one of which is the stain remover, which is a spray on product that the reader shared his review of. The other is actually a "rust stain preventer," for use within your irrigation system. If you choose to buy the product make sure you buy the one to best suit your needs since although they share the same name, they are not interchangeable.

You can share your own rust stain removers review here for this, or any other product, telling me how it has worked for you. You can also read other reviews of products that have already been submitted.

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Answer to Edie's Question
by: Taylor @Stain-Removal-101.com

Edie, that is a good question. Obviously, if your well water has a lot of minerals, including rust in it, you will, to a certain extent, be fighting a never ending battle against rust.

So yes, to an extent, rinsing the product off with well water will again begin the process of causing rust stains on your walls just like what you are attempting to remove with Rid O' Rust. However, the theory behind using this, or any other similar product, is that it will remove more than what you will be putting back on with the rinsing.

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by: Edie

If stain is caused by well water, and I spray on the chemical and rinse it down, won't that just be adding more stain to the brick, trying to rinse the product off??

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