5 simple methods for removing rust stains from clothing and shoes

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This miracle ingredient is something you already have at home

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Accidents do occur. If you hang wet garments or shoes on a rusted drying rack, a brownish red stain will almost certainly result.

1. Lemon and salt

Squeeze half a lemon over the stain, sprinkle with salt, and set aside for a few minutes. It's now time to rinse the garments.

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There are a few methods for removing rust stains from shoes and clothing. The stains will vanish like snow in the sun if you follow these five instructions.

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This can be done in the sink or in a bucket, then transferred to the washing machine.

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Keep in mind that this technique works best with light-colored or white materials. Try one of the following suggestions for colourful clothing or leather shoes.

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2. Vinegar

If you don't have any lemons on hand, vinegar can be used to remove rust stains from light-colored clothing and shoes.

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Combine a pinch of salt with a couple tablespoons of vinegar and apply to the stain. Scrub it thoroughly with an old toothbrush and set it aside for 30 minutes.

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After that, wash the clothes or shoes. Light-colored apparel and shoes work well with this technique.

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