The Bottom Line
The product does a very nice job removing light rust and stains, and for more difficult rust and stain removal tasks, can be used with a non-abrasive scouring pad. It should be used in well-ventilated areas, though, as the phosphoric acid scent is quite strong.
- Removes fingerprints and light rust from cast iron and steel table tops with relative ease
- Can be used with a non-abrasive scouring pad for tougher jobs
- A bit pricey
- Use in a well-ventilated area, as the smell is rather strong
- Removed light rust, fingerprints, watermarks and stains from cast iron with relative ease.
- Simply spray on Rust Free, wait 30-60 seconds and wipe off.
- Do not leave on your saw table too long, as extended contact is not recommended.
- Use of protective goggles and gloves are recommended.
Guide Review - Boeshield Rust Free Rust & Stain Remover
I recently tried Boeshield's Rust Free on my tools and was pleasantly surprised. Not that I had any real huge rust problems, but I did have a few problematic areas that I wanted to clean up, and Rust Free handled these areas with relative ease. I simply sprayed on Rust Free and waited 60 seconds before wiping it off with a cotton cloth. It took a few applications for a couple of spots, but I was very happy with the results.
After cleaning your tools using Rust Free, Boeshield recommends an application of another product, their Boeshield T-9 protectant, which will be covered in an upcoming review.