Most people are mistaken in thinking that only professional dry cleaners can cope with a rust stain. Of course, this is the easiest and least burdensome way. But don't rush! You can also remove rust stains at home.
Potassium hydroxalate is one of the best anti-rust stains. The secret of its effect lies in the fact that when applied to rust, it turns into iron hydroxalate, and the latter dissolves perfectly with warm water. Do you need to mix to make potassium hydroxalate? a glass of water, 1 tablespoon of oxalic acid and 1/2 tablespoon of potash or baking soda.
The simplest and most effective way to remove a rust stain from clothes is a lemon, a piece of which must be wrapped in gauze, applied to the stain and burned with a hot iron.
To get rid of the rust stain, it is necessary to lower the contaminated area for 6-7 minutes in a solution of acetic acid (4 tablespoons of vinegar for 2 cups of water), preheating to 80-90 degrees. Then rinse the fabric with a solution of ammonia (1/2 tablespoon of ammonia per 1 liter of water).
Rust stains from suede can be removed with an aqueous solution of ammonia (2 tablespoons of ammonia to 10 tablespoons of water). Then wipe the fabric with a cotton swab dipped in vinegar solution (2 teaspoons of vinegar to 2 liters of water).