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Rust Remover Powder
Poultice Powder for Removing Rust


 

Your granite and marble natural stone is not only amazingly beautiful, but it is also susceptible to staining under certain normal household conditions. One particular type of stain that you should be prepared for is rust. Simply leaving a metal object on the surface of your marble or granite surface can result in an unsightly rust stain that will mar the natural elegance of your stone. Don't be caught unprepared. Have your rust remover handy and protect your investment. Our rust remover has astounded many satisfied customers.

Our Price: $18.99
For Use On: Granite, Marble, Travertine, Limestone, Terrazzo, Concrete, Brick, Sanded Grout


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Product Details SDS How to Use
 

Lustro Italiano Rust Remover Powder is designed to remove rust stains from the surface of various natural stone materials such as:

  • Granite
  • Marble
  • Travertine
  • Limestone
  • Terrazzo
  • Concrete
  • Brick
  • Sanded Grout
Rust Remover contains a special blend of chelates for removing rust stains from stone. By utilizing the stain process reversal technique, the Rust Stain Remover powder draws the stain out of the stone. NOTE: Calcium based stones (like marble) may etch and require repolishing.

As a rule of thumb, if a stain goes in, it can come out. This applies about 98% of the time. It is just a matter of finding the correct poultice that will draw that stain out. For rust stains near the surface or on the surface this rust poultice is what we recommend using. We offer a liquid rust remover for deep rust stains.

  1. Scoop out the needed amount of powder and apply water to make a toothpaste consistency.
  2. Cover with plastic wrap and make several toothpick holes in the plastic wrap.
  3. Wait 24-48 hours for the the powder to dry.
  4. Remove the poultice and the stain will be gone!

Using this rust remover will physically remove the polish off the surface, making the surface look dull. Some have misinterpreted this as a stain. However, it is not a stain it is a side effect of removing the rust stain from the stone. On calcium based stones, such as marble, removing the rust will leave a dull spot that you will need to correct by using etch remover to replenish the luster. Afterward, you will need to reseal the spot that you treated using a marble stone sealer.

If you are having a difficult time figuring out what you have and how to fix it, please let us help you. Take a picture of the problem and email it to us at info@lustroitaliano.com. If you can tell us what caused the stain, it would be very helpful. We promise to never sell you what you don't need. Additionally, if you are having any problems using the our poultice, please send us an email or call us. We will walk back through the process and see if something has been missed.

Features
  • 8 oz. Container Powder
  • For Use on Granite Stone
  • For Use on Marble With Etch Remover

Average Rating: Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 10 Write a review »

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4 of 5 rust remover powder January 29, 2019
Reviewer: Joann Garcia from Staten Island, NY United States  
working but slowly on rust stains

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1 of 5 Didn't work March 28, 2018
Reviewer: Robert Carey from ARLINGTON, MA United States  
This is supposed to remove a rust stain?  NOT!<br/>
******************************************************************************* <br/> <strong>LUSTRO ITALIANO RESPONSE:</strong> <br/> Mr. Carey, <br/> Thank you for trying our rust remover. It is true that not every rust stain can be treated using the same methods. In fact there are a variety of ways that rust can occur. While each stone is unique and requires specific care, anyone looking to remove rust from a stone, should determine what type of rust stain, they are treating. This is mentioned in an article here on Lustro Italiano entitled: <a href="/remove-granite-rust-s/1889.htm">How to Remove Rust from Granite</a>. Again, thank you for trying our rust remover. <br/>*******************************************************************************

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1 of 5 rust on marble bathroom sink top January 30, 2018
Reviewer: Al from Amityville, NY United States  
unfortunately the rust remover did not take out the rust stain on my white marble sink top. The stain was over a year old.

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5 of 5 Removed my huge rust stain! January 15, 2018
Reviewer: Shawn from Laguna Beach, CA United States  
It took much longer that I expected to arrive.  That being said it removed the rust stain from my marble as promised, after three applications!  I would recommend this product with anyone wanting to get rid of rust from their marble counter tops!  From what I know it's the only rust remover on the market.

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1 of 5 Rust stain removal on granite stairs May 13, 2016
Reviewer: Robert Hillard from Salem, NH United States  
I followed the instructions to a "T" and even left it on for 24 hrs.but to be fair the stains on the stairs are from wrought iron hand rails.i'm thinking this product wasn't made for outdoor use,just counter tops.
Although a quarter size stain did fade slightly but my two very large stains (each the size of my hand ) did not fade at all and I used the whole jar. This was my last hope. Now it's sand blasting! Thanks anyway!

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