Testimonial by: Norma-Jean Forshey

I read about Super Iron Out taking rust stains out of a dishwasher on the internet. So, I went to the Super Iron Out website and printed a coupon.

After I purchased it, I came home and followed the directions for cleaning a dishwasher printed on the label. I ran the dishwasher through a full cycle, and, the rust stains are almost gone! I will have to do it again, but the inside looks so much better! Almost like new again. Amazing. I've tried other things, including scrubbing at the stains, and this worked great and was so easy!

Thank you. I have told my friends about your wonderful product.
by: Norma-Jean Forshey

Testimonial by: William Hughry

Rust stains in toilet bowl would not come off using regular toilet bowl cleaner. I used Super Iron Out powder and it was easily cleaned.
by: William Hughry

Testimonial by: Ana Maria Garcia

My daughter uses this Super Iron Out to wash baseball uniforms that have our red stain from our soil here in Arizona. She soaks them for a day then washes them and they come out clean. Before Super Iron Out no amount of scrubbing, soaking and washing got the stains out.
by: Ana Maria Garcia

How Do I Know If I Have Hard Water?


If you’re confused by the terms hard water and soft water, you’re not alone. Is this something else you need to be worried about, along with MSG, biodegradable detergent and pesticides? It is, if you happen to be among the million households that have hard water.

How do I know if I have hard water?

One of the most annoying symptoms of hard water is laundry stains. No matter how much bleach you use, or how much money you Super Iron Out fights the affects of hard waterspend on laundry detergent, hard water can still ruin your best efforts at making sure your family has clean laundry. If you have hard water, you will likely have one or more of the symptoms listed here.

What are the symptoms of hard water?

  • orange or rust-colored stains on freshly laundered clothes
  • smelly laundry that’s just been “cleaned”
  • white spots along the inside of your washing machine drum
  • hard, granular bits inside your washing machine or dryer
  • rust-colored stains inside toilet bowls and tanks
  • orange stains along the rims of tub and shower drains where water collects

Who has hard water?

Hard water can appear anywhere, but it most commonly occurs in homes that:

  • use canal water for sprinklers and washing appliances
  • utilize on-site well water
  • are situated near lakes or rivers
  • are in rural areas without town water

What are the risks of hard water?

Hard water can ruin your clothes and linens. White clothes are particularly susceptible to the unsightly orange-colored stains that hard water can produce in your washing machine. The cause of the orange-colored stains is the excess level of iron in your water. The orange stains are actually rust stains. Even bleach won’t get these stains to disappear completely. If you have hard water, and you’ve pulled an entire load of stained laundry from your dryer, you understand how devastating it can be.

Hard water can also cause unsightly stains inside toilet bowls, tubs and showers. Left untreated, the hard water deposits that cause stains can eat away at finishes and enamel.

What can I do to prevent hard water stains?

Bleach won’t do the trick. To remove the rust stains, you need to use a specially formulated product that is strong enough for rust removal, but gentle enough to remove rust stains on clothing without damaging the fabric. A product like this can be added to your laundry load, just like you add detergent.

How does it work?

Super Iron Out works by chemically breaking down the mineral deposits that cause rust stains. It’s safe to use in your washing machine, an empty dishwasher, toilet bowls, sinks, drains, showers, bathtubs, tile and carpet. Super Iron Out is beneficial to your water lines because it helps to break down the mineral deposits inside your lines that you can’t see.

If you do have hard water, you’re better off using a product like Super Iron Out to protect your clothes and water fixtures.


How to Prevent Iron Stains Outside


If you are like many people, you enjoy spending time outdoors at your home. You may enjoy drinking your morning coffee on your back deck, entertaining friends on your patio or tinkering with an old car on your carport, you want your outdoors spaces to look and feel inviting. Iron or rust stains can make any space look and feel less appealing. While there are some great rust removers on the market that make it easy to treat the stains you already have, you may want to make it your goal to prevent new stains from forming in the first place. Consider some tips that can keep rust away and make the rust stain removal process much easier in the future.

Remove rust stains from patio

  • Remove Existing Stains Quickly – Rust and iron stains hold water in and can make it much easier for the stains to spread. That means that removing the current stains is one of the best preventative measures you can take. In addition to making it harder to spread, if you start with a clean slate (so to speak) you are better able to see where the stains are originating. Super Iron Out makes rust removal easy, simply spray the liquid on the surface, allow the stain to disappear and then rinse the area through with fresh water.
  • Protect Iron Furniture – If you have iron or metal furniture, take the time to apply a protective coating and paint to keep the furniture from leaving stains behind.
  • Remove Sources of Standing Water – Reducing the standing water can make a big difference in removing rust stains. If you have an uneven surface, see if there is a way for you to adjust the landscaping. Otherwise, make an effort to regularly sweep or squeegee the water away so that it doesn’t sit in one place.
  • Get Rid of Rust Producers – Do you have old toys, car parts or unused flowerpots on your porch or patio? If there are any metal or iron pieces, these can be a major factor in causing rust stains on concrete. See what you can toss out and you’ll have less to worry about in terms of iron stains forming.
  • Treat Surfaces – Add a protective coating of paint or stain to your patio, porch or carport. There are affordable and easy-to-apply paints and stains on the market that will discourage the spread of iron stains.

While you may not be able to avoid every iron stain, it is nice to prevent the ones you can. Then, you will not have to devote as much time and effort into removing these imperfections. You can then have more free time to sit outside and enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors!


Get your Lake House Ready for Summer


If you are lucky enough to own or have access to a lake house, spring is one of the most exciting, and busiest times of the year! Depending on where you live, it may be lake weather already or you may be counting down the weeks until summer when you can

Remove rust from your lake home

relax and enjoy the great weather. For now, you want to start working on all the maintenance tasks that you neglected over the winter and prepare the lake house for the fun that lies ahead. As the excitement builds, make sure you put the following tasks on your checklist””then, when you are ready to spend time by the water you will be able to relax and enjoy yourself!

  • Bathrooms – No matter how well you cleaned the bathroom at the end of last summer you are likely to see a few things that need attention. Rust stains in bathtub or sink and stains in toilet bowl or tank appear after a long winter of neglect. Use a product like Super Iron Out and some elbow grease to make the bathroom sparkle.
  • Kitchen – The place you prepare and enjoy meals needs to be clean and inviting. Cleaning dishwasher and sink may take some scrubbing, and the countertops and cabinets just need a quick wipe down to get things looking good again.
  • Dusting and Cobwebs – Even if you keep the lake house closed for the winter, dust and cobwebs will find a way to take over. A quick run through with a duster or cloth and cleaner can get rid of this nuisance.
  • Outdoor Areas – Check your patio furniture and other outdoor equipment to make sure everything is in good working order. Remove rust from concrete and any stains on your deck to help them look their best too.
  • Check Plumbing and HVAC Systems – Before you plan to spend any significant time in your lake house, make sure the plumbing and HVAC systems are operational and change filters, run water through the pipes and take care of other maintenance tasks.

These tasks are just a few that you may want to complete to help get your lake house in tiptop shape. Your house may need some other maintenance too, so customize your to do list to meet your particular needs. Spend some time browsing the internet for tips, tricks and deals. You may be able to find coupons for rust removal or other cleaning products that can save you money on your projects. Don’t put off your Lake House cleaning and maintenance efforts””it will be time to put your toes in the water before you know it!


Super Iron Out, Voila!!! Ready to play baseball another day.

We live in Georgia and my son plays travel baseball. He plays a TON of baseball throughout the year in the lovely Georgia Red Clay. People have always steered clear of white pants because of the red clay stains and until we found Super Iron Out, we did too! We love it. We cannot survive in our house without it. I keep several bottles in stock and take it with us when we travel on weekend tournaments. We gather the teams uniforms (white AND grey pants) & soak them in warm water & iron out at the end of the day. Voila!!! They are ready for another day of baseball and look brand new. I don't know what I would do if I didn't have this product. It is simply amazing!
by: Amanda Harper



Keep Toilet Bowls Sparkling White With Super Iron Out


Get Out Rust Stains in the ToiletCleaning the bathroom is the worst chore in the house! It seems like as soon as I clean the bathroom, it is dirty again, especially the toilet bowl. I always had this orange-colored rust stain in the toilet bowl, even after I had just scrubbed and cleaned. I wondered what caused it and how I could get rid of the stain.

Turns out, in areas with hard water and mineral deposits in the water supply, a build up can occur inside the toilet bowl. This was the cause of the rings and discoloration in my toilet bowl. I knew there was a solution for how to remove rust from my toilet bowl, so I started looking into the best rust removers.

I had heard about Super Iron Out. After some research, I discovered that Super Iron Out is the world’s #1 rust remover and it has been since 1958. I decided to give it a try. After all, I have tried every other product on the market and nothing seemed to be working – not even bleach.

I was absolutely amazed by the results. I simply put Super Iron Out inside the toilet bowl, went to put a load of laundry in and came back about 10 minutes later to find my toilet bowl sparkling white. I didn’t even have to scrub! I just flushed and the bowl looked so clean.

If you live in an area with hard water, Super Iron Out can help clean and prevent rust stains in your toilet bowls. It worked for me.


Super Iron Out Saves the Day

Rusty Dishes
One of my favorite parts about getting ready for the holiday is being able to pull down my grandmothers fine china in preparation for our family meals. Having been in the family for years, the china collection has been carefully stored away but even though it has been given the best of care, it has still shown signs of age including rust stains. I pondered over how to go about getting rid of the small rust stains on the china without causing any damage. I did not want to apply rough or harsh cleaners that would only damage the delicate pattern of the china pieces and I was trying to avoid having to use rough sponges so there was no scratches. A friend had told me about Super Iron Out and how she had used it on a number of things in her house from her laundry to her toilet and how well it worked at removing stains. I decided to give it a try in hopes that it would at least get some of the stains to fade away so I was able to use the china for one more year. I applied a very small amount to one of the plates that had one of the largest stains and let it sit for a few seconds. Using a soft rag I began to gently clean away the Super Iron Out. One thing I noticed right away was how well the Super Iron Out spray clung to the surface of the plate. Other cleaners tend to run as soon as they are applied. After wiping away the spray I was shocked to see that the stains had not just faded but were completely gone. I started to use it on all the china and piece by piece the rust stains were lifted and my grandmothers china was looking like new again. One of the best features of the Super Iron Out spray was the fact that there were no harsh chemicals so the China was safe and it did nothing to the small floral pattern on the china pieces. Another feature that I appreciated was that there were no strong odors so I was able to clean every piece in one sitting. Thanks to the Super Iron Out spray, my grandmothers china looks like new again and I am able to plate my table with it not only this year but for future years to come.


No More Orange Rust Stains on My Clothes


Rust Stains on Clothing

For awhile, I started to notice that my clothes weren’t coming out very clean. I especially noticed there was a problem with my white clothing. Every time I did a load of wash, my white shirts were coming out with a strange, orange rust stain. I tried re-washing my shirts, but the stains were still there. In fact, after a few washes, my clothes were no longer white – they were dingy and couldn’t be worn any more.

I was really starting to stress out about this situation because I really didn’t want to buy new clothes. There certainly wasn’t any extra money in the budget for new clothing so I needed to find a white to get my clothing looking white again.

Find the Problem

I knew the first thing I had to do in order to find a solution was to get to the bottom of my problem. I had to find out what was causing the orange grime and how to remove the rust stains. Turns out, most rust stains that are found on clothing come from a build up of minerals in the washing machine. In areas where hard water is common, calcium, lime and rust build up in washing machines and dishwashers, leaving an ugly orange stain behind on the items the minerals came in contact with. So, this was definitely the problem I was having. We live in an area with hard water and there was a build up of these minerals inside my washing machine.

Get to the Solution

Thankfully, a friend of mine told me about Super Iron Out. This powder has been trusted to remove rust stains for more than 50 years. That’s a pretty good track record for getting rust stains out, so I decided to give it a try as well. After all, my friend that recommend the product absolutely raved about the results she had received. I put one cup full of Super Iron Out in an empty washing machine and ran a cycle. Then, I washed a load of whites.

Super Iron Out to the Rescue

After the wash cycle was over, I took my clothes out and was absolutely amazed. My whites were white again! The orange rust stains were gone and I had beautifully white clothes again. Thank you Super Iron Out!