How do I remove rust stains from a kitchen sink?

I left an iron pan soaking in the kitchen sink and forgot about it. The pan left a small rust stain in the white cast iron sink. Is there anything I can do to get the stain out?

Comet/Ajax isn’t up to the task. Any suggestions? Thanks.

9 Responses to “How do I remove rust stains from a kitchen sink?”

  1. no name girl Says:

    either use a cleaning product made just for rust stains, or try lemons

  2. Sandicheeks Says:

    soak in bleach
    or try mr. clean magic eraser

  3. george 2 Says:

    Ajax or comet cleanser and a little elbow grease

  4. Snoopy Says:

    Seems odd, I know, but try some WD-40. It’s a great rust remover!

  5. Heidi L Says:

    Try a product called "Zud". It is a scouring powder that is tough on rust. There also used to be a product called "erusticator" but I don’t know if that is available retail any longer. You might check with your hardware store.

    One other is ceramabryte: http://www.ceramabryte.com/ I’ve never used this but heard it works.

  6. jojo Says:

    This is great for many household uses. I accidently sray painted my driveway, this took it off. It works on rust stains too.
    http://www.greased-lightning.com/

  7. rich2481 Says:

    try some softshrub by Clorox

  8. dimpelmum Says:

    Light rust stains can sometimes be removed by rubbing them with half a lemon. For heavier rust stains use a 5% solution of oxalic acid or a 10 % solution of hydrochloric acid, obtainable from a chemist. Wearing rubber gloves apply the acid with a soft cloth and rinse the sink thoroughly afterwards. This will rid the rust stain

  9. stinger_4202 Says:

    C. L. R.

    CLEANS LIME AND RUST

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