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Testimonial by: Debbie S.

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I have fought hard water and rust stains forever. I have spent tons of money on products that just would not work. The only thing that would work was a product in which you needed to open doors, windows, and turn on the exhaust fan and scrub, scrub, scrub. I bought Super Iron Out Spray, sprayed it on the tub and within minutes the stains disappeared. You have a life time customer for and thank you for making a product that works and makes my life easier. I cannot say enough good things about this product. I am very impressed and so very grateful to say the least. by: Debbie Spearman

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Get Rid of Rust Stains on Your Siding

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Your home’s siding is one of the first things anyone will notice about the exterior. Whether you have standard, vinyl or another form of siding, it is a constant battle to keep it clean and looking its best. Clean, fresh siding adds instant curb appeal and dirty, dingy siding makes the whole house appear outdated and unpleasant. One problem nearly every homeowner faces from time to time is rust staining on the siding. Luckily, learning how to remove rust from your siding is easier than you may think.

The Right Tool Matters – Make sure you are using the right type of tool for your particular type of siding. Vinyl siding is usually the easiest to clean and you can normally clean it with just a soft cloth, sponge or cloth. A wooden siding may need something a little more durable.

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Choosing a Cleaner – Rust is not as easy to remove as, for instance, dirt. As such, you need to choose the right cleaner. Make sure you read up on your particular siding material and make sure that you choose a chemical that will not harm it. A dedicated rust remover like Super Iron Out is a great choice. Using this is sure to provide you with a great result.

Under Pressure – Pressure washing is another way you can go about removing rust from siding. However, you do have to be careful because too heavy of a pressure or doing it too often can cause damage, especially to older painted or cedar plank siding.

As you can see, there are plenty options for ridding your home of unsightly and damaging rust. No matter how you decide to go about the rust stain removal process, the most important thing is to choose a product that will get the job done without risking damage to your siding. The best rust removers will offer plenty of information so you can make certain the product is safe for use on your siding. After all, the last thing you want to do is risk the integrity of the siding itself in the quest to get it clean!


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Testimonial by: Colleen V.

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You have a wonderful product in Super Iron Out, I don't know what your product is made of, but it instantly dissolved the rust stains in both of our toilet bowls caused from a continuous water leak. One rust stain was quite bad, as we had gone away on vacation for 2.5 weeks!!! It worked much better than CLR as you don't have to do any scrubbing to remove the stain, just pour the powder and on, it seems to magically cling to the side of the toilet bowl and erase the stain. So glad I found out about Super Iron Out, which I found by doing an internet search on how to remove rust stains from toilet bowls. I think I saw it on eHow.
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Most Common Areas for Rust Stain

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Once you have figured out how to remove rust, you may be ready to tackle all the rust around your house. Before you go tearing the place apart looking for rust here and there, perhaps you can check out these five most common areas for rust stain.

  • Bathtub or Sink – The bathtub or sink is probably the first place people notice rust stains at home. This is most common on a porcelain product, but it can occur on so-called “stainless” steel. The rust usually occurs when the faucet drips onto the same place repeatedly. Remove Rust Stains in Bathroom Sink
  • Toilet – Sometimes toilet rings are not the sign of a dirty toilet, they are simply caused by hard water or water with a high rust content. Ignoring this problem will not make it go away; it will only get worse over time””especially on an older toilet.
  • Patio – A patio or other outdoor living area is a prime place for rust stains to occur. Rainwater or runoff can collect and after a while, it will lead to rust stains. It is important to remember that where rust occurs once, it will likely occur again in the future””unless you make changes with how the rain or water is dispersed.
  • Roof – One particularly difficult area to deal with rust damage is the roof. While you can clean the discoloration yourself, you want to make certain the roof is still structurally sound. If you don’t take care of the root of the problem, you could wind up with a leaky roof or an even worse problem.
  • Fireplace – A fireplace is, unfortunately, a space that is susceptible to leaks and runoff. This can cause rust stains both inside and outside the home. Regularly checking for rust both inside of your fireplace and outside (near the cap) is important.

Every home or structure is different and there are certainly other areas you may find rust stain. The most important thing is to take advantage of the right rust removal product (like Super Iron Out) so that you can get rid of the rust before it gets out of control. After all, rust spreads quickly, so the best way to prevent a major problem is by acting on problems right away. Super Iron Out makes it easy to remove rust and keep your house clean.


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Testimonial: by: Debbie Spearman

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I have fought hard water stains & rust stains forever. I have spent tons of money on products that just would not work. The only thing that would work was a product that you had to open doors, windows, and turn on the exhaust fan and scrub, scrub, scrub. I bought the Super Iron Out Spray, sprayed it on the rust stained tub and within minutes the stains started to disappear. You have a life time customer and thank you for making a product that works and makes my life easier. I cannot say enough good things about this product. I am very impressed and so very grateful to say the least.
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Testimonial by: Heather Andrick

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LOVE Super Iron Out!!! I no longer bleach our whites, just let them soak in Super Iron Out for a bit, add laundry soap, wash as usual and enjoy sparkly white duds! We also put Super Iron Out in the water softener, between bags of salt. Did I mention I LOVE this stuff?!! :-)
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Testimonial by: Fritz L.

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5a6ba014b4a645438b742c5eefe4cf0d-0075EDII have a lot of iron in my water at our resort of 22 unites. I use Super Iron Out to clean out the water tank for the toilets. Remove the rust stains from sinks and showers in the cottages. It keeps my white towels white.

I used the new improved formula on a shower that has been occupied by a long term resident. The rust stains came off easily.

This will make spring cleaning a breeze.
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Testimonial by: Cindy S

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My well water contains a lot of iron. My toilets and tub had become very rust stained. I used the Super Iron Out and was absolutely amazed. I didn't have to scrub excessively or repeat the process over and over like with other brands. I will now only purchase Super Iron Out!
by: Cindy Sypulski

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Testimonial by: Betty E

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I purchased my first bottle of Super Iron Out Rust Stain Remover and was happy with it's performance. With our well water and the rust stain issues it brings I even use Super Iron Out with every white load of laundry.
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How to Remove Rust Stains in your Bathroom

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The bathroom is one of the trickiest rooms of the house to keep clean. The floor seems to attract spills, the glass becomes spotted with water droplets, and some of the worst things that occur are rust stains. Luckily, you can utilize a few tricks on how to remove rust stains. This will make the job easier and reduce the time you spend on keeping your bathroom clean and attractive.

  • Clean Faucets and Fixtures – In addition to cleaning the rust off your tub, sink or porcelain, make sure you clean the inside of the faucets and fixtures with an appropriate rust removal product as well. By doing this, you can prevent the spread of rust from a Use Super Iron Out to remove rust from your bathroomslow leak or drip.
  • Do Not Use Bleach – The first thing you may think to use when cleaning rust stains is bleach or a bleach-based cleanser. This can actually make the problem worse! Even though it is tempting to try to use what you already have, it makes sense to choose a professional rust remover product like Super Iron Out to tackle the worst of it.
  • Clean Quickly – While it can be tempting to put off your cleaning project, don’t. The longer you wait, the worse the stains will become and you may not be able to remove the stains with ordinary methods. If you are proactive about tackling rust when it first show up, you will save yourself work later.
  • Water Quality– If you have stains that come back time and time again, perhaps you should check your water quality. Well water is often a big culprit, but city water can cause the stains too. If you can reduce the levels of metal in your water, you will be much less likely to need to go through the cleaning process again in the future.

Rust can be a major blight on the overall appearance of your bathroom. If you want that clean, fresh, spa-like atmosphere, you need to rid yourself of this issue quickly. Don’t waste your time with regular cleaners that may make it worse or endless scrubbing that will wear you out and likely still not remove all the residue. Instead of that, choose a cleaner that is specially formulated for rust removal. Additionally, put in some work to repair the problems that cause the stains in the first place. With this effort, your bathroom will soon be rust-free, shiny and the perfect place to take a nice, relaxing bath.