How Do I Remove Rust Stains From A Carpet?
Will Magica remove rust stains from carpeting?
Rust stains can be difficult to remove from carpeting, even with other stain removers. Magica Rust Remover does an excellent job of removing rust stains from carpet.
In order to illustrate Magica’s effectiveness, we’ve taken a typical carpet sample and deliberately stained it with rust. We wanted to simulate the kind of stains that occur from metal surfaces that are in direct contact with carpeting, like steel file cabinets or chair feet. These metal surfaces can transfer rust, especially if they get wet. And because these stains are underneath the furniture they can often go unnoticed, giving them plenty of time to set in, making them difficult to remove. If you have moved a piece of furniture only to find something that looks like this, then Magica is the product you’re looking for.
Spray on Magica
Using Magica is simple. Shake the bottle to make sure it is well mixed, then spray it on the rust stained area. There is no need to rub or scrub and a little goes a long way. It really is that straight forward. We have never found Magica to alter the color of a carpet. Even so, we advise testing a small out of the way spot to be sure.
Let it sit for a while
Magica doesn’t make rust stains disappear instantly, it does need to sit for a bit, usually about 15-20 minutes. Just stand back and let it do its thing. Don’t be tempted to scrub at the stain, there is no need. Our photograph was taken minutes after applying the Magica and already the stain has already started to visibly fade.
The instructions on the Magica container say to rinse after the stain has faded, and that is normally the best practice. Carpets are the one exception. In most cases, rinsing a carpet is neither practical nor advisable. But not to worry, once the Magica is dry, thoroughly vacuum the area.
Admire your rust stain free carpet
We’ve been particularly impressed with Magica’s ability to remove rust stains and we think you will be too.