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Liquid Rust Remover
Rust Removing Liquid

Our Price: $33.00

Product Code: 1MAAPOU04

Product Details SDS How to Use

1 Quart Rust Removing Liquid

Lustro Italiano Liquid Rust Remover is designed to remove rust stains from the following materials:

  • 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 draws the stain out of the stone.

As a rule of thumb, if a stain goes in, it can come out. This applies about 98% of the rust stains encountered. It is just a matter of finding the correct rust removal process to draw that stain out. For rust stains near the surface or on the surface, we recommend using our rust poultice or this liquid rust removal product. However, for deeper stains in the stone, some have used the follwoing technique.

Using Both Powder & Liquid Rust Remover

Some customers have reported achieving excellent results by using the powder and liquid rust removers together for tougher rust stains in stone (Please see the note below if you plan on treating polished marble surfaces with any rust remover product).

Usage Instructions

The product is packaged ready for use. Simply complete the following steps to remove rust stains form your stone:

  1. Clean the surface to be treated and make sure it is dry.
  2. Leave the rust remover on the stone for at least 1-2 hours.
  3. Rinse the treated area.
  4. For complete action, steps 1-3 can be repeated.


This rust remover is a corrosive substance and you should avoid contact with metal, wood or ceramics. Additionally, this rust remover will remove the polish from marble that has been polished. So, if it is used to remove tougher rust stains from marble, the affected area will need to be repolished after the stain is removed. As previously mentioned, using this rust remover will physically remove the polish from the stone, 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 [email protected]. 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 our poultice, please send us an email or call us. We will walk back through the process and see if something has been missed.

  • 1 lt. Container Liquid
  • For Use on Granite Stone
  • For Use on Marble With Etch Remover

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5 of 5 Rust Stains Removed From White Ice Granite July 2, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Denver, CO United States  
Honestly I thought there was no chance that this product would be able to remove an orange rust stain in my new granite kitchen counter. I added the liquid rust remover to the rust poultice powder product, let it sit for 26 hours and the stain is about 95% gone after one application. I'm not certain if the stain was natural from iron oxidizing in the stone or if the granite was in contract with some rusty medal on its journey to becoming a countertop. But it worked!

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