Keeping Your Wrought Iron Rust Free

Keeping Your Wrought Iron Rust Free

Keeping Your Wrought Iron Rust Free

Maintaining your wrought iron doors, railings, windows & gates properly play an important role in durability & longevity. Though the metal is strong, it is no secret that without proper cleaning, wrought iron can form rust, while its divots can easily collect dust.

This may create a less than desirable appearance for your home or commercial space.

However, by following a simple cleaning routine once every few months, you can keep your wrought iron looking spectacular and rust free for years to come.

What You Will Need

  • A Mild Soap (e.g Castille soap or liquid dish soap)
  • A Bucket with water
  • A Sponge or Cloth
  • A Drying Cloth

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How To

Mix a small amount of soap into the bucket of water (about one teaspoon) and mix to create suds.

Next, prep your wrought iron door, gate, window ect. by using a lint free cloth or wipes to remove dust & then spray down the surface with a hose. (If cleaning interior, wipe down with a wet cloth)

At this time you can begin using the soap & water mixture to clean the wrought iron with the sponge or cloth, making sure to get into crevices where rust may be more likely to form. When finished, spray or wipe away the soap leaving a clean surface & dry thoroughly (again, making sure to dry the crevices, you do not want to leave the iron wet).

-These simple steps can make a world of difference when it comes to the vitality of your wrought iron and at No Problem Doors, we help alleviate the worry of rust and aging with our special treatments, created to support the rust-free life of your wrought iron Projects. Call us today for more information.

Our talented team members are dedicated to providing you with the answers you need to create a masterpiece of your very own. Your satisfaction is our destination.

2 replies
  1. Andre Miller
    Andre Miller says:

    Hey, I enjoyed the way you have presented this information and looking forward to reading such important articles in the future as well. Thank you very much for sharing!

    • Arielle Thorsgaard
      Arielle Thorsgaard says:

      Thank you for the kind comment Andre. We look forward to sharing more information about wrought iron.


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