Daily house cleaning is essential to keep the home environment healthy and safe. Poor hygiene can cause more problems than you think. Let’s assume, for example, of the growing intolerance towards dust. Many suffer from allergies and nuisances related to mites and bacteria. But there are also other threats, such as mold and rust. The latter can attack some ferrous components in our home. But it can also appear on the floor, especially if we use tripods or metal saucers. Over time and humidity, rust can appear on the tiles. But how to remove rust stains from concrete? Get solution.
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Rust can be difficult to get rid of. Each floor can differ in this. The good news is that we can rely on natural products to remove rust. And we may already have everything in the pantry. Yes, because common hygiene and kitchen products will help us in the business. Vinegar is cleaning and degreasing power is well known, so much so that we find it in many detergents. We wet a sponge with pure vinegar and rub it firmly on the rust. We repeat the operation four times during the day. We never dry the vinegar, but let it act. The next day we rinse everything with warm water.
Lemon juice is very similar in results to wine vinegar. The acids present in citrus juice deeply affect rust. This will detach easily from the floor after the action of a few hours. But let’s proceed in order. We squeeze a couple of lemons and collect the juice. We can spray the area abundantly with a nebulizer or by pouring the juice directly on the rust. Let the fluid act for at least an hour or two. In the meantime, prepare a solution with water and Marseille soap. Let’s dry the area before removing the rust with the soap and water solution.
Hydrogen peroxide is the best solution for those with a delicate floor. The marble, for example, could become opaque with lemon and vinegar because of the acid. Even fine salt can cause problems, ruining the surface. We spray the rust on the floor with hydrogen peroxide. We will immediately notice the reaction of the product. Now add some baking soda and rub firmly using a sponge. We then wash the rust away with plain cold water. For more difficult rust stains, however, we recommend pure baking soda. We can use it with a slightly damp brush. We rub with energy, then wash with water and neutral soap.
Of course, there are chemical rust inhibitors for this problem, such as tap and sanitary products. But if we decide to use them on delicate surfaces, we do a small test on a small and not very visible corner of the floor, to verify that the floor reacts well to the product.