Rust stains on your patio can be a real eyesore, but understanding how it’s happened and the process to effectively restore your natural stone can be effortless with the best rust remover, Rob Parkers Best Rust Stain Remover.
Why Do Rust Stains Appear on Your Patio?
Rust stains on your patio can result from a combination of factors, including metal furniture, planters, or even accidental exposure to rust-inducing substances such as brick acid and fertiliser. The presence of iron and moisture can trigger the formation of rust, which then transfers onto the surface of your natural stone. These stains not only taint the appearance of your patio but can also be challenging to remove without the right tools and techniques.
How to use Rob Parker’s Best Rust Stain Remover
- Depending on the severity of staining and surface type, the product can be diluted 1 part product to 10 parts water.
- Apply to small areas at a time, up to 5 sqm at once, using a paintbrush or roller.
- Leave it to soak for 5-15 minutes.
- Thoroughly rinse the surface with water.
- To ensure surfaces are neutralised and to clean off any remaining residue, wash with RPB Heavy Duty Surface Cleaner
- Once cleaned it is recommended that surfaces are protected with RPB Patio Sealer
Choosing the Best Rust Remover for Concrete
Not all rust removers are created equal, especially when it comes to delicate natural surfaces. Additionally, RPB Rust Stain Remover can be used on concrete, porcelain and granite surfaces, without damaging the surface.