You will need
  • White fabric
  • Brush
  • Vinegar essence
  • Lemon
  • Salt
  • Baking soda
  • Glycerin
  • Soap
Clean the fabric with a brush or apply with a vacuum cleaner. Moisten the fabric around the stain with water to avoid stains that to remove it would be very difficult.
Make sure that the color on the fabric resistant and after processing does not change color. To do this, RUB the product in an inconspicuous place, such as inside the folds cleaner.
Before starting to clean, place under a spot of white fabric, folded several times. It will absorb excess moisture and protect your thing from sagging.
Squeeze on spot, the juice of half a lemon. Sprinkle the stain with salt, and put to dry, preferably in the sun. Shake off the salt with a brush. Rinse thoroughly and wash with the addition of mild detergent.
There is another way to get rid of rust stains. Dissolve a teaspoon of vinegar in a glass of water. Heat the solution but do not boil. Dip the fabric with the stain solution and rinse with a weak solution of baking soda. This procedure can be done several times until there is no traces of rust.
On coloured fabrics stain from rust better to remove, not using aggressive acids. Mix equal proportions of glycerin, soap and water. RUB this mixture to the stain and leave for a day. Rinse thoroughly.
If all manipulations with conventional means have not helped, and the thing will still have to be thrown away, as a last hope, try the spot out of strong chlorine-based tool, such as "Domestos" or "Silica". The main thing, then thoroughly rinse the treated product.