Stinky Pinky 1L
Stinky Pinky 1L

Stinky Pinky 1L

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Before and After

Stinky Pinky applied to a Sandstone Slab

Product in use

Stinky Pinky applied




Product description

Stinky Pinky™ is a non-acid rust remover which converts rust compounds into a water-soluble solution, it changes colour on activation and contact with rust. 

It is designed to remove rust stains from delicate surfaces where other rust removers cannot be used due to their corrosive, acidic, nature.

Stinky Pinky™ has a neutral pH which allows for a wide range of uses on many different substrates. It will remove oxidisation from marble, stone, wood, paint, fibreglass, concrete, limestone, and more.



Coverage of GK Stinky Pinky depends on the porosity of the substrate. The values by substrate below are given only as an indication:

  • Architectural Concrete: 5m² per litre
  • Block Paving: 5-8m² per litre
  • Natural Stone: 2-5m² per litre
  • Granite: 8-16m² per litre

All surfaces must be treated to saturation to ensure 100% product efficiency. This varies by substrate. Treating a small patch trial area is recommended to calculate true consumption.



  • Always carry out an initial test to ensure the finished result is acceptable. 
  • Before application remove grease, dirt, and all loose and flaking material.
  • Apply a saturated coat by brush or spray at a rate of 3-4m² per litre on absorbent and 8-10m² for non-absorbent surfaces. such as tile or porcelain.
  • Leave Stinky Pinky™ to react using the following timings: Light staining – for 10 minutes. Heavy staining – for up to 2 hours
  • Do not allow the product to dry. Re-apply if the surface dries out.
  • Rinse thoroughly with clean water and leave to dry.

On some surfaces a slight discolouration may be evident immediately after cleaning, this will fade during the following 48 hours.



Keep in a dry place between 5ºC and 30ºC. Shelf life 24 months from the date of manufacture.


Product Data Sheets

Stinky Pinky Safety Data Sheet


Product FAQs

Can Stinky Pinky be used as a prior to paint rust convertor?

No, Stinky Pinky is used to remove rust stains from delicate finished surfaces not as a metal primer

What if Stinky Pinky doesn’t show any reaction when applied?

If Stinky Pinky fails to change colour the staining is unlikely to be rust, a different answer to your problem is required.

Does Stinky Pinky contain muriatic acid?

Muriatic acid is an alternative name for hydrochloric acid, Stinky Pinky does not contain any caustic acids, it is safe to use on most all substrates.

Does bleach remove rust?

DON'T use bleach. Bleach does not remove rust! don't apply chlorine bleach to rust stains – it may react with the rust and worsen the discolouration.

Can I use Stinky Pinky on Granite?

Yes. Granite is porous and made of natural minerals that can oxidize and cause rust if your natural granite stone is not properly sealed. Granite formation is such that rust can naturally occur due to the minerals present, oxidation over time gives way to rust that forms in spots or lines throughout the stone. Stinky Pinky is formulated to be safe for use on granite.

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