How to Remove Rust Stains from Fabrics and Hard Surfaces in Two Easy Steps

Make a paste by mixing one tablespoon of baking soda with one tablespoon of lemon juice. Leave the mixture on the stain for a few hours after applying it immediately. Run it under warm water and then set it aside to dry.
A Method Based on Vinegar:

On the afflicted region, dab a little vinegar and then sprinkle little salt. Hang the soiled cloth up to dry in the sun. Once a few hours have passed, wash and rinse as usual.

How to Use Dish Soap:

After a few hours of sitting on the stain with a little dish soap, rinse it off with cold water.

Floors Cleared of Rust Stains in No Time at All

Particularly difficult to remove are rust stains on flooring. But have no worry; effective solutions exist to restore the luster of your surfaces:

How to Use Baking Soda:

Let the baking soda stay on the stain for a few hours after applying it straight. Use a moist towel to remove it. If it doesn't work after the first try, mix baking soda and water into a thick paste and give it a gentle scrape.

Salted Vinegar Mixture:

To make a grainy paste, combine coarse salt with apple cider vinegar. Let the mixture sit for about an hour after applying it to the stain. After that, use a moist towel to wipe out the area and eliminate any remaining residue.

Blend of Lemon Juice and Borax:

Wear protective gear, including a mask and gloves, while you mix two teaspoons of borax with lemon juice. When applied to rust, this combination may work wonders. Apply it to the stain, let it sit for about an hour, and then wipe off the excess.