Rust Remover for Concrete

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Rust Remover for Concrete

Singerman Laboratories Rust Stain Remover for Concrete is the most effective cleaner in the marketplace for removing rust stains from concrete and natural stone.

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Singerman Laboratories Rust Stain Remover for Concrete is the most effective cleaner in the marketplace for removing rust stains from concrete and natural stone.  Makes the concrete or stone surface look like new.  Frankly, we've been unable to find another product that actually removes rust stains from concrete, except those that are so harsh that they remove the stain by also removing the concrete.  It is supplied as a white powder which is mixed with water just before application, forming a clear gel. The rust stain remover is spread on the surface and left for one to fifteen minutes, depending on the severity of the stain; the stain disappears without scrubbing. Rinse thoroughly to prevent redeposition of the stain. Will not harm grass or other vegetation.

Effectiveness

  • Makes the concrete or stone surface look like new. Frankly, we've been unable to find another product that actually removes rust stains from concrete, except those that are so harsh that they remove the stain by also removing the concrete.
  • Will not damage concrete or stone surfaces
  • Works in minutes

Safe and pleasant for you and the environment

  • Will not harm grass or other vegetation
  • Easy to use
    • just mix with water to form a clear gel
    • stain disappears without scrubbing
  • Neither toxic nor corrosive
  • Non-hazardous
  • Odorless
  • Non-flammable
  • No fumes
  • Biodegradable; will not harm the environment
    • Completely water soluble
    • No phosphorus
    • Components are not regulated

"BEFORE YOU START"
SOME HELPFUL HINTS

Do a small test area first, as you should with ANY cleaner. Try to test in an inconspicuous spot. (Directions on label for cupful. 3 tablespoons mixed with water, and stir, until a GEL is formed.)

If you are doing a really large area, DON'T try to do too much at once. You don't want the product to dry on the surface. Do a smaller section, keeping it under control, do a thorough rinse with hose, or pressure washer, then apply to your determined next section, and so forth.

Although this product won't harm vegetation, when you rinse the GEL off the masonry surface, say into the grassy edge, (give the grass a good rinse also.) If the GEL is left built up on the grass, it could "choke" the air off, and create a brown edge. The grass would healthy back up, but what is the sense in going through that? Just give the grass a good rinse.

This is a very good rust remover, and it will also clean. If you have rust stains on an older perhaps dirty or "weathered" concrete, keep in mind that: the rust stain will come off, and it may lighten the surface, to give it a renewed look. This could show up as spots, on your concrete surface. Clean spots, on a dull dirty surface. (If this were to occur, keep in mind, there is nothing wrong with the product. It is just doing its job!) You may have to pressure wash the rest of the dull, weathered area.

( BOTTOM LINE ): Start your rust removal project out somewhat conservative!

  1. Small area
  2. Small mix
  3. Small amount of time leaving mixed product GEL on surface. Say 5-10 minutes
  4. Then rinse well.
  5. You may want to leave it for a spell to dry, to see how it came out.
  6. The worst case scenario, you got a little more rust that didn't come out, that you may need to reapply a second coat, and if older concrete, it didn't lighten up the surface, too much.
  7. By following these steps, it is going to give you perspective on: A. how much you need, B. how long to leave it on, and C. how big of an area to work on.
  8. Follow these simple hints, and you will be fine!

MSDS: 

Material Safety Data Sheet. (MSDS)


U.S. Patent No. 5,653,917

How to Use Singerman Laboratories Rust Remover

  1. Clean dirt from surface to be derusted.
  2. Add Singerman Laboratories Rust Remover powder concentrate to water as per label directions. Stir until a clear liquid gel is formed.
  3. Immediately spread generously on rust stain. (After mixing with water, rust removing ability declines over time. It loses about half of its activity in four hours.)
    Note: Always clean a small area first to test how long to leave the product on the surface. Start with just a few minutes to gauge the time needed for removal
  4. Let stand fifteen minutes or longer, depending on the severity of the stain.  In most cases, simply hose away completely, with a forceful stream of water.  Repeat if needed and apply a little brushing action, if necessary.

"BEFORE YOU START"
SOME HELPFUL HINTS

Do a small test area first, as you should with ANY cleaner. Try to test in an inconspicuous spot. (Directions on label for cupful. 3 tablespoons mixed with water, and stir, until a GEL is formed.)

If you are doing a really large area, DON'T try to do too much at once. You don't want the product to dry on the surface. Do a smaller section, keeping it under control, do a thorough rinse with hose, or pressure washer, then apply to your determined next section, and so forth.

Although this product won't harm vegetation, when you rinse the GEL off the masonry surface, say into the grassy edge, (give the grass a good rinse also.) If the GEL is left built up on the grass, it could "choke" the air off, and create a brown edge. The grass would healthy back up, but what is the sense in going through that? Just give the grass a good rinse.

This is a very good rust remover, and it will also clean. If you have rust stains on an older perhaps dirty or "weathered" concrete, keep in mind that: the rust stain will come off, and it may lighten the surface, to give it a renewed look. This could show up as spots, on your concrete surface. Clean spots, on a dull dirty surface. (If this were to occur, keep in mind, there is nothing wrong with the product. It is just doing its job!) You may have to pressure wash the rest of the dull, weathered area.

( BOTTOM LINE ): Start your rust removal project out somewhat conservative!

  1. Small area
  2. Small mix
  3. Small amount of time leaving mixed product GEL on surface. Say 5-10 minutes
  4. Then rinse well.
  5. You may want to leave it for a spell to dry, to see how it came out.
  6. The worst case scenario, you got a little more rust that didn't come out, that you may need to reapply a second coat, and if older concrete, it didn't lighten up the surface, too much.
  7. By following these steps, it is going to give you perspective on: A. how much you need, B. how long to leave it on, and C. how big of an area to work on.
  8. Follow these simple hints, and you will be fine!
Q. My concrete is new. Can I use Singerman Laboratories Rust Remover to remove a fertilizer stain?
A. Yes, if your concrete is more than a month old. (WE RECOMMEND TESTING ON A SMALL AREA FIRST, AS YOU SHOULD WITH ANY CLEANER.)
Q. Can I use Singerman Laboratories Rust Remover on colored concrete?
A. Yes, we have had good results removing rust from colored concrete. (WE RECOMMEND TESTING A SMALL AREA FIRST.)
Q. How much will a gallon mix cover?
A. Approximately 60 sq. ft. depending upon the surface and the severity of the stain.
Q. How do I apply Singerman Laboratories Rust Remover?
A. With a simple paint brush, or for larger areas, use a long-handled scrub brush.
Q. Can I use Singerman Laboratories Rust Remover to clean fertilizer rust stains from the inside of my swimming pool?
A. Yes, but you must first drain the pool below the rust stain line. (BE CAREFUL NOT TO GET THE REMOVED RUST RESIDUE IN THE POOL OR A RUST STAIN MAY REAPPEAR IN ANOTHER AREA OF THE POOL)
Q. Will Singerman Laboratories Rust Remover harm my grass?
A. No, Singerman Laboratories Rust Remover will not harm grass or vegetation.
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