Removing Rust Stains from Leather

Rust stains on leather furniture, car seats, and other items can be difficult to remove without damaging the finish and color of the leather. This is a guide about removing rust stains from leather.


August 20, 2005 Flag
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I need to clean rust stains off leather car seats. My beige leather car seats have rust stains on them. What can I do to get them out? I tried Lexol, but it didn't work.


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August 22, 20050 found this helpful
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Whink Rust Remover will remove the rust from the leather seats. This is a liquid in a brown bottle. I have not bought any for a long time, but I would think you could buy it at Wal Mart or the grocery store.

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August 22, 20050 found this helpful
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Steve, I had a few large orange-rusty looking spots show up on my leather car seat. Never have figured what caused them. Kitchen-type cleaner did no good. Tried Armor-All wipes, and it took a little bit of rubbing, but it all came off. Good luck!

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August 23, 20050 found this helpful

Try a product called Barkeepers Friend - comes in a can like Comet does. Find it at grocery stores. It works great on rust stains.

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