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“Stainless” Steel Still Gets Rust Stains: Use Our Rust Remover!

July 3, 2018

It may be called “stainless” steel, but don’t let the name deceive you—it’s still absolutely capable of getting stained by rust. Stainless steel is quite resilient and hardy and, yes, very resistant to stains, which is one of the biggest reasons why it’s so commonly used in household items from sinks to silverware. It is a type of iron alloy that contains about 10 percent chromium, and this chromium film that covers its surface is what makes it so resistant to rusting and tarnishing. However, if the chromium film is removed or chips away, the product can rust like any... View Article

MAGICA – By Capt. Frank Papy

June 29, 2018

Here is a product that has saved me a couple of times. The first incident was when I was running a racing sailboat for a friend of Jimmy Buffet’s. We were in a series of races off of Fort Lauderdale, and I really wanted to make a good impression. The owner said he wouldn’t be on board for the next two races, so I figured I could relax a little bit that night. There was a boat party aboard ”Ondean” with fancy drinks called rusty nails which were flowing like water. I got stuck in a corner talking to some... View Article

Cleaning Rust Spots on Clothing with Magica Rust Remover

May 18, 2018

Whenever you do any kind of construction work or other types of projects around your house or on a job site, you’re going to run the risk of staining your clothing with something—be it dirt, oil, grease, tar or rust. Rust spots can be extremely difficult to remove from clothing, and many rust removal products are only designed for hard surfaces. However, Magica’s rust remover is a highly versatile solution that will work just as well on clothing as it will on concrete or metal—and you won’t have to worry about it doing any damage to your clothing’s fibers! So... View Article

Using Rust Remover to Clean Out Sinks and Toilets

May 4, 2018

It’s common for rust and other stains to build up on the porcelain in sinks and toilets, especially if you get your water from a well—wells have much higher iron content in their water. This staining can also come from galvanized water pipes that have started to rust and leak into your sink or toilet components. If you have a chronic issue with rust stains, you might need to look into some more serious approaches to resolving the issue. But most staining is not a serious problem, and can be resolved with the use of porcelain cleaners or, for more... View Article

Using Rust Remover to Get Rust Out of Your Irrigation Systems

April 15, 2018

If you have an irrigation system that uses well water as a means of watering your gardens, grass or other plantings, there’s a chance that you’ll have to deal at some point with rust within that irrigation system. This is because well water contains larger amounts of iron—much more than you would typically find in a standard municipal water system. Even if you have access to a municipal system, there’s a chance you’re using well water for irrigation purposes just because it costs significantly less to do so. Keep in mind that doing this over the long term could leave... View Article

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