Rust Stain Removal

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Rust stains that come from lawn fertilizers, hard water, patio furniture, or even battery acid can really ruin a great looking home. Rust Stains are about impossible to remove without damaging the concrete itself. That is, unless you have the correct cleaning solutions and procedures that work on the concrete surface you are cleaning. You can attempt to use products that are peddled in the box stores, but what they were created for, might be different from what is causing the rust stains.



F9BarcBefore-After[/vc_column_text][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]As an authorized F9 BARC applicator, JD Pressure Washing has put forth the effort to learn how to effectively remove rust stains from a variety of surfaces that include everything from concrete to glass. Many untrained contractors recommend that you use muriatic acid for stain removal. This is wrong because the acid actually dissolves the concrete surface and may not even get the rust stain out.

Any time that you have metal in contact with concrete, it will eventually start to rust and leave those unsightly rust stains behind. These stains are very hard to remove. Professional rust removal products such as F9 are not the same as the Professional Strength cleaners that are available to consumers. These products are only sold to trained rust stain removal contractors. With Pressure Washing being a certified contractor, we have access to these products.

One of the most common types of rust stains we run into in Wilmington is rust stains from irrigation and sprinklers. I see these on at least a few walls and driveways on almost every neighborhood I do work in. Fortunately, these stains can be removed at a fraction of the cost of repainting a house, or expensive driveway coatings that can peel over time.

The fertilizer that you apply to your lawn is also a major culprit of rust stains on concrete. Fertilizer rust stains are even harder to remove than normal iron stains because of the makeup of the fertilizer. Our cleaners and process can even get out the toughest of these stains.

The last type of stain is not from rust at all, it is from battery acid. If you have a golf cart you probably know about these types of battery acid rust stains and you have probably given up on ever getting them removed. Well, you are in luck because JD Pressure Washing now has the ability to remove these stains that build up over time.
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