Rust removal

Rust Stain Removal

Some of outdoor surfaces most stubborn stains are rust and orange battery acid. Regular cleaning methods won’t remove these stains, and many rust removers on the market contain acids which can etch concrete and cause premature failure.

Rust is a common problem, especially on surfaces that have a large amount of machinery and metals.  You will find it to be common in coastal climates. Orange battery acid is an orange-colored stain which looks almost identical to rust, but is actually a very different type of stain. Both rust and orange battery acid is unsightly, and difficult to remove.

Blue Jay has a safe and effective solution to eradicate rust and orange battery acid stains from concrete and asphalt surfaces.

Our rust removal service uses F9 Battery Acid Restoration Cleaner (BARC), the world’s best rust remover, from Front 9 Restoration. F9 BARC is guaranteed to remove rust, fertilizer stains, and orange battery stains more thoroughly than any other product on the market.

It’s safe for all your outdoor surfaces. Other rust removers are less effective, and often contain acids which can damage the F9 Rust teamconcrete surface and cause severe discoloration. We treat the entire stain not just the surface of the concrete without harming the surface, restoring the concrete to its natural bright gray color.

Blue Jay is proud to offer a rust removal service which features F9 BARC, which is, without a doubt, the most effective concrete rust remover available today. Our rust removal service can clean and restore all your outdoor surfaces. This service works on bare concrete, colored concrete, bricks, pavers, stone, tile, asphalt, shingles, siding, vinyl, painted surfaces, coated surfaces, pool decks, rubber, and more.


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  • Concrete rust stains
  • Fertilizer stains
  • Orange irrigation stains
  • Orange pool acid burn
  • Orange battery acid stains
  • Rust on stucco
  • Rust on pool furniture
  • Mud stains on siding
  • Rust on shingles
  • Rust stains on asphalt
  • Efflorescence on concrete