How to Remove Rust Stains from Carpet

Why are rust stains in carpet so difficult to remove?

Rust is a truly disgusting stain to have on your carpeting. Rust occurs when metal-based objects are exposed to moisture. This often happens if you leave a bicycle out in the rain, or a pair of hedge trimmers. Rust is typically an iron oxide, which means that the iron has oxidized in the presence of moisture. If you’re trying to bring a rusted object inside your home, you definitely run the risk of a rust carpet stain. You see, the longer an item has been rusting, the more susceptible it is to flaking. Rusted items have experienced surface breakdown and easily crack and flake rusted metal everywhere.

Oftentimes people have rust carpet stains when they try to bring in a rusted item to clean. They then end up tracking in the rust from the flaking on to their carpeting. Luckily, KickAss Stain Remover has been specially formulated to remove even the toughest of stains like rust carpet stains.

Tips for preventing rust stains in carpet

Whenever you’re getting ready to clean a rusted object, it’s best to clean the object in your garage or backyard. Never bring a rusted item into your home. Also, if you’ve been working with a rusted object, take off your shoes and clothes before entering the home. Rust flakes can easily stick to your shoes and clothing and be tracked into the home.

How to remove rust stains from carpet

KickAss Stain Remover will clean even the toughest rust carpet stains. Here is all you need to get started:

  1. A damp cloth
  2. KickAss Stain Remover
  3. Two to three dry cloths
  4. A vacuum cleaner
  5. A heavy weight
  6. A toothbrush

How to remove rust stains with KickAss Stain Remover

  1. Start by spraying <product name> over the entire rust carpet stained area.
  2. Gently scrub the area with an old toothbrush for up to 5 minutes.
  3. Now use the moist sponge to flush the area with water. Use the dry cloth to soak up the water as you’re flushing the area.
  4. Re-spray the area as needed with KickAss Stain Remover and again use a moist towel or sponge to flush the area.
  5. Now, that the rust carpet stain has been removed, it is time to dry the carpet. So, put the big, dry towel over the area.
  6. Next, put the weight on top of the dry towel and leave it for a few hours. As the water is soaked up into the towel, the last remaining bits of the rust carpet stain will follow.
  7. Once you remove the towel you should see your carpet has returned back to its former glory!
  8. Feel free to vacuum the carpet to restore its normal texture.