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Old 05-03-2016, 03:25 PM  
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Default Rust on tile.....

What would get it off?


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I have used floor neutralizer to remove rust from concrete.


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Ok, thanks!
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Get a bottle of CLR. calcium, lime and rust remover.
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I tried and it didn't work.
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I would suggest muriatic acid diluted with water 1 to 1. Be careful since it is a strong acid. Ehow.com would likely have directions on how to do it.
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About this time in a thread, someone should be asking "what kind of tile?" "Where is it located?"
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And, is it the tile or grout thats stained? Or both?
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Try Coca-Cola. It used to do the trick on my dads rusty car bumpers.
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