Rust Stains on Denim Jeans – Get Rid of Them

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cleaning-jeansRust on your favourite jeans!? Don’t throw them, because you can remove the ugly stains and restore the beauty of your jeans. How can you clean such stubborn stains like rust stains? It may sound ridiculous, but it’s quite easy to remove rust stains from denim jeans.

Use commercial rust stain remover as it’s the most efficient product when it comes to cleaning rust stains. In case, you don’t have such a remover in your home, you can use a lemon. Here are the steps you need to follow:

  1. Lay your jeans on over a towel or some paper towels.
  2. Get a lemon and cut it in half.
  3. Squeeze the lemon juice over the rust stain and add a good amount of vinegar.
  4. Once you’ve damped the stain, use a towel to blot and absorb the extra liquid.
  5. Let the jeans dry outside in sun.
  6. Wash as usual.

This should enough to say goodbye to the rust stains forever.

Here is another cleaning method which is as efficient as the first one, but it’s a little bit more complicated.

  1. You need to cut several rhubarb stalks into 1 inch pieces.
  2. Place them into a pot full of water.
  3. Let the water boil and allow the cleaning mixture sit for about 15 minutes.
  4. Put your stained jeans in the mixture for several hours or overnight(depending on the stain you have to deal with).
  5. Place it in sun to dry.
  6. Wash as usual.

This is all you need to do to have your denim jeans fantastic clean again. So next time when you see rust stains on your favourite jeans, don’t panic, you can restore them with the cleaning methods above.

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Author: Johanna Stevens

Johanna Stevens is a student in London. Her mother is working as a professional cleaner and she taught her daughter a lot of useful home cleaning recipes. Johanna is now determined to pass them to all readers, who are interested to make their home clean and tidy for less time than usual.

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  1. I need to remove a rust like stain from jeans. However, I believe it is a stain from some kind of moth or bug. I leave my clothes hanging while I’m away for months at a time. I live in the tropics of puerto rico and we do seem to get these yelowish stains just from clothing that sit around and not used for a long time.

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