Rust Stain Remover Outdoor

Can I use Goof Off® Rust Stain Remover Outdoor on my brick?

It’s not recommended as it will remove the color from brick.


Can I use Goof Off® Rust Stain Remover Outdoor on a painted surface?

This product is safe on most painted surfaces, but always test it in an inconspicuous spot first to make sure there’ll be no damage. Some paints are pigmented with iron oxide, which is what this product’s designed to remove. When it comes into contact with iron oxide, it will bleach the color.


Goof Off® Rust Stain Remover isn’t removing the tannin stains from my concrete/deck/siding. What can I do?

Use Home Armor® EZ House Wash or Home Armor® EZ Deck & Fence Wash to remove tannin stains.


Can I use Goof Off® Rust Stain Remover Outdoor to remove rust stains from a toilet bowl?

No, use Goof Off® Bathroom Rust Stain Remover in the toilet bowl. It’s safer on porcelain.


Can I use Goof Off® Rust Stain Remover Outdoor on asphalt shingles?

No, this is not recommended.


Will Goof Off® Rust Stain Remover Outdoor remove calcium or lime buildup?

Yes.


Can I use Goof Off® Rust Stain Remover Outdoor to take rust stains from natural stone?

Test the product first in a small, inconspicuous spot to ensure no damage occurs.


Is Goof Off® Rust Stain Remover Outdoor safe for plastic decks and fences?

Yes.


I have rust stains on my pavers. Can I use Goof Off® Rust Stain Remover Outdoor to take these stains away?

Test the product in a few small, inconspicuous spots first to ensure that no damage occurs.


I was told Goof Off® Rust Stain Remover Outdoor would remove the oil stains from my driveway. Is this accurate?

No, it could make the stain worse. To remove oil stains use Goof Off® Power Cleaner & Degreaser. Apply the product, let it sit till the oil stain is pulled up, and then rinse off thoroughly. The oil stain will usually be lifted entirely in 30 minutes to a couple hours.