by Lee Wyatt
(last updated January 1, 2018)
Removing rust stains from cotton can often be a difficult task for many people. One of the reasons for this is actually really simple in that cotton, while a fairly durable material, can be a difficult one to clean sometimes. Add to this the fact that rust seems to never truly go away (at least when it is on fabric) and you can easily see how difficult removing these kinds of stains can be at first glance. However, removing rust stains from cotton isn't that difficult if you use one of these methods.
Use a little caution before you use any of these methods though. Some of them can quite easily discolor cotton fabric if you are not careful. Always test out the method on a scrap piece of cotton, or in an inconspicuous location prior to actually implementing. If there is any discoloration then you know not to use that particular method.
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