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Rust Stain Removal Poultice Powder
Stain Removal Guide
- Scoop out the quantity of powder needed to cover the stain as stated below.
- Mix with water to make a paste like toothpaste (smooth, spreadable, but not runny).
- Apply poultice paste to the stain 1/4 inch (.65 cm) thick and 1/2 inch (1.25 cm) beyond the edges of of the stain
- Cover entire poultice with standard plastic wrap putting some toothpick holes in the plastic wrap.
- Tape down the edges of the plastic wrap with masking tape.
- Leave alone until the paste is completely dry and hard (typically 24-48 hours).
- Remove the poultice paste and the stain will be gone or improved.
Rust stain removal typically requires repeat applications. Continue with repeat applications until stain removal is complete.
NOTE: Etching may occur on calcium-based stones (marble, travertine, limestone). This is an unavoidable consequence of removing rust stains and can be repaired. Once the stain is removed, restore polished surfaces with the "Etch Remover" for marble etching seen below.
For marble etching (dull spots, glass-rings and water stain removal) use the Etch Remover / Marble Polishing Powder.
For oil, grease, wine, tea, and "organic" stains use the Marble & Granite Stain Removal Poultice Powder.
For mold & mildew stains use the Mold & Mildew Stain Remover.
For hard water stains use the Soap Film / Hard Water Remover.