Rob Parkers Best Rust Remover will remove oxidisation marks and stains from your tile, porcelain, natural stone and (non polished) granite surfaces.
If your metal garden furniture has created rust stains where it has been sat on the patio areas, this product will rid the area of the staining.
If your patio is stained where ferrous oxide chemicals have leached from the products used in lawn maintenance work onto hard landscaped areas Rob Parkers Rust Remover will remove those marks.
This product will rescue your Kandla Grey Sandstone Patio if it starts to leach iron oxide to the surface and begins to look ‘rusty’.
This product is ideal if clumsy contractors have spilt brick acid on your sandstone patio, creating rust staining (this is leaching of iron oxide again caused by the brick acid bringing the mineral to the surface)
After treatment we advise resealing surfaces to prevent future staining.
Please note that VAT will be added at checkout.
How to Use Rob Parkers Best Rust Remover
Rob Parkers Rust Remover is easy to apply. Just use a paint brush to apply to the stains and leave for up to 15 minutes, then rinse thoroughly.
Coverage: 1 litre of product will cover 5-10 sqm depending on the severity of the problem.
For best results:
Apply to small areas at a time, up to 5 sqm at once.
For best results apply with a paint brush; this will enable you to agitate the surface as you apply ensuring excellent contact with the stone surface.
Once the selected area is covered with Rob Parkers Rust Remover, start again, repeating the above method, by either reapplying product if it has dried or agitate existing product thoroughly on the surface if still wet.
Repeat again unless staining has disappeared
Thoroughly rinse product off once desired effect has been achieved.
Do not allow product to drip onto plants, clothing, skin, etc, as this is a mild acid that will burn.
Do not use on limestone or polished stone surfaces, as this product will burn the stone surface.
For safety guidance on this product please refer to MSDS.
NB. This product is acid, and therefore not suitable to use on any Limestone surfaces