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How Do I Remove a Rust Stain on Vinyl Composition Tile Flooring?

I need to remove rust from commercial VCT (vinyl composition tile) floors. There had been a metal file cabinet on there for 2 years. What do I use?

By Bill from Bristow, OK

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February 21, 20110 found this helpful

Zud is the only thing that comes to mind that may work. It has removed rust from porcelain tile floors for me but I haven't tried it on the vinyl tile floors. I hope this helps!

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February 22, 20110 found this helpful

Whink rust remover, little brown bottle, sold in the laundry aisle. Put some on a Qtip and dot it on a small area. Rinse right away just in case, but I've used it on clothing, outdoor carpeting, concrete, etc. The rust should disappear right before your eyes.

Sandy

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February 2, 20170 found this helpful

I need to remove very thick rust that has accumulated on vinyl flooring that had metal cabinets lodged there for several years.

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