Rust Remover Plus™ is the best concrete rust remover for rust stains caused by fertilizer, rust from well water, or rust on concrete from battery acid. Rust Remover Plus™ quickly removes rust stains from concrete, pavers, stone, brick, vinyl siding, rubber, awnings, painted steel, brass, copper, wood and ceramic surfaces. Rust Remover Plus™ can be applied directly, or diluted with water up to a 1:5 mixture. A one gallon jug of Rust Remover Plus™ will cover approximately 150 to 200 square feet of concrete when used straight. Factors such as outside air temperature, rust stain severity, and surface quality can affect the coverage range. Dilution ratios can be determined by performing a small test cleaning in an inconspicuous area.
How to remove rust stains from concrete with Rust Remover Plus™
Rust Remover Plus™ is a liquid spray on rust remover. Just spray Rust Remover Plus™ onto a dry surface with a pump up garden or chemical sprayer and watch the rust stains disappear.
Wait 5-10 minutes to let Rust Remover Plus™ dwell on the surface. Then pressure wash the area with a 40º tip.
Rust Remover Plus™ is also a great concrete cleaner. It will brighten the concrete as it dries.
Rust Remover Plus™ is the first choice for golf course managers, property maintenance professionals, pressure wash contractors, and professional landscapers.
Mixing: Rust Remover Plus™ is a concentrated rust stain remover. It can be applied directly, or diluted with water up to a 1:5 mixture. The exact dilution ratio will depend on the severity of the rust stain.
Rust Remover Plus™ Concrete Rust Remover (5 Gallons).
Rust Remover Plus™ is a perfect choice for removing tough rust stains from concrete and exposed aggregate surfaces. Just spray it onto dry concrete with a pump up garden or chemical sprayer and watch the rust and oil stains disappear.
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What's the sq footage a 5-gallon bucket can cover? Thanks
Question by: Tom on Aug 19, 2015 1:57:00 PM
You can typically get about 150-200 sq ft of coverage from a 5 gallon bottle. Outside temperature, and severety of the rust stains can impact your coverage range.
Answer by: Clyde Hemminger (Admin) on Aug 20, 2015 10:25:00 AM