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Thread: Removing Iron deposits from tile & grout

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    Sep 2007
    Gloucester County, NJ

    Removing Iron deposits from tile & grout

    I have bluestone coping that apparently has iron deposits. In some cases, the iron has deposted itself on the grout. I know that I can use muriatic acid to remove the iron, but I'm not too comfortable in doing this. Are there other alternatives that will work and are less risky?
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    either ascorbic acid (vitamin c) or oxalic acid can be used.

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