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Old 06-30-2006, 05:26 PM   #1
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Stains On Stucco


I need to remove some stains on stucco. These two stains, about two feet in diameter, are at ground level. They appear to be light rust stains. Can you guys recommend a cleaner? The home owner said he has tried muratic acid and TSP? Thanks Robert

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Old 06-30-2006, 05:30 PM   #2
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Robert, I moved your post to its own thread so it will get noticed quicker.

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We have use oxalic Acid to remove rust many of times. You may have to do the whole thing to make it even out. Don't want a bright spot with no rust. Oxalic is also known as wood bleach. Use safety precautions when using this one also. It gets in your skin and destroys the mans child making parts.
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Try a product called Magik rust stain remover. We use this stuff alot and it works well.
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Oxalic is extremely toxic, and is dangerous not only to the user, but also to the environment. Try to avoid it if possible. Saferestore from EaCo Chem works very well at removing rust stains.

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