Category: Super Iron Out


Testimonial by: Heather Andrick

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?!! :-)
by: Heather Andrick

Testimonial by: Fritz L.

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.
by: Fritz Laeser

Testimonial by: Cindy S

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


Testimonial by: Betty E

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.
by: Betty Erwin

How to Remove Rust Stains in your Bathroom


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.


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!