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How to Remove Water Stains from the Bottom of Your Boat

October 23, 2020

Now that fall is here and winter is well on its way, most boat owners are putting their boats away for the season. Before you can retire it for the next few months, however, you need to clean it. Many boats develop water stains on the bottom of the hull. They’re unsightly and frustrating, can affect your boat’s performance and will build up over time. When cleaning your boat hull, there’s an easy way to remove water stains. Magica Rust Remover makes rust and water stains disappear quickly and easily. If “no elbow grease required” sounds like the ideal way... View Article

Risks of Using Rusted Cookware

September 15, 2020

Has your cast iron seen better days? Is your muffin tin looking more orange than silver? Rust can form on many of our metal pans, utensils, tins and cookware, especially if you let them soak in the sink just a little too long. Can you use rusted cookware without getting sick, or are you risking your health until you re-season that cast iron skillet? The short answer is that rusty cookware probably won’t harm you, but it’s certainly not ideal. Read on to learn more about the risks of using rusted cookware and how to easily remove rust. What happens... View Article

How to Remove Rust Stains from Your Toilet Bowl

September 1, 2020

Toilet bowl rust stains make your home look as though it’s in a perpetual state of disrepair, even if you regularly scrub your toilet and fixtures. The unmistakable reddish-brown stains are not only unsightly, but stubborn, too. Regular toilet cleaners won’t get the job done—in fact, they may actually set the stain, making it even harder to remove. Luckily, there are a few ways you can get rid of rust stains, including using Magica® Rust Removers. Read on to learn more about how rust forms in your toilet bowl and what you can do to stop it. Why does rust... View Article

How Do You Get Rust Stains Off Tools?

August 15, 2020

When your tools are exposed to water, they can develop rust. Rust forms when iron and oxygen react with water, forming an instantly recognizable reddish-brown or orange stain. If you don’t clean your tools right away, the rust will eat at the metal until it eventually disintegrates. When you’ve invested a substantial amount of money in your tools, there’s nothing quite so alarming as noticing rust development. How to clean rust stains off your metal tools You can clean your rusty tools with some basic household products, or opt for a commercial rust stain remover like Magica® Rust Removers. Here’s... View Article

10 Types of Metal That Don’t Rust

August 1, 2020

When you work with metal, rust can be a major problem. Rust forms when iron and oxygen react with water to form iron oxide, which eats away at metal until it eventually crumbles. Rust stains can also spread to clothing, upholstery, concrete and other surfaces. When you’re working in damp environments, working with non-rusting metals is the best way to avoid problems with rust. Here are corrosion-resistant or rust-proof metals that can make rust prevention a lot easier: Galvanized steel: Galvanizing adds a protective coating to iron or steel, which helps keep moisture away from iron molecules. The metal object... View Article

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