Quote Originally Posted by chet31 View Post
Good advice. I would say if iron remover gets into a nook by spraying, then you rinse that area, chances are the rinse will get in there too. Also, if iron remover gets somewhere and escapes rinsing, it won't react forever. To oversimplify, once an iron remover reacts with an iron (complex) molecules, it's dead. Once the iron remover molecules are used up, it stops reacting.
So I guess it's like Peroxide, once it stops bubbling, it's done it's business.......