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Mike Morris

How do I remove a spray nozzle rusted stuck on a garden hose?

by Mike Morris Last activity date:
July 9th, 2010

We have a spray nozzle that's rusted onto our outdoor garden hose, and I can't get it off. I've use locking pliers on both the hose end and spray handle and it won't budge. Any recommendations? I assume it's rusted on. It sat out all winter.

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Watering, Hoses & Sprinklers
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You can use any over the counter rust remover like Rust Aid or CLR. You also use pure white vinegar. Soak the nozzle for about 30 minutes in the vinegar and the rust should dissolve.
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July 9th, 2010
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try soaking it in a product called iron out, it disolves rust.
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July 8th, 2010
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Hello,
There were many suggestions on the web, some ended with cutting the hose. I found a web link with some general suggestions you may want to try while waiting for the expert answer. Hope this helps!
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