Home-Made Rinse to Remove Rust From Hair

It’s been a year since I stopped coloring my hair.  Since then, the hard well water in this place has turned my reddish-brown hair into a screaming orange mess.  I keep a filter on the shower head, but it hasn’t stopped the rust-colored damage.  
Here’s what I tried tonight:
I seperated my (very thick) hair into three pieces, then drenched each piece in equal parts vinegar and lemon juice that I premixed in a spray bottle.  I wrapped them in buns and let them soak for about an hour, then rinsed, shampooed, and conditioned.
The Results:
Very minimal difference, but there is some.  My color is not quite as bright orange, it seems a bit softer now. And my hair feels amazing!
The Next Step:
I will try this again, twice a week, for a couple of weeks, and see if it makes a difference. This method, if it works would be so much cheaper than malibu treatments or hair dye.
Any other suggestions to get the metals out??

Home-Made Rinse to Remove Rust From Hair

It’s been a year since I stopped coloring my hair.  Since then, the hard well water in this place has turned my reddish-brown hair into a screaming orange mess.  I keep a filter on the shower head, but it hasn’t stopped the rust-colored damage.  

Here’s what I tried tonight:

I seperated my (very thick) hair into three pieces, then drenched each piece in equal parts vinegar and lemon juice that I premixed in a spray bottle.  I wrapped them in buns and let them soak for about an hour, then rinsed, shampooed, and conditioned.

The Results:

Very minimal difference, but there is some.  My color is not quite as bright orange, it seems a bit softer now. And my hair feels amazing!

The Next Step:

I will try this again, twice a week, for a couple of weeks, and see if it makes a difference. This method, if it works would be so much cheaper than malibu treatments or hair dye.

Any other suggestions to get the metals out??