3 ways to get rid of rust

3 ways to get rid of rust

Rust can attack objects and surfaces in your home and that can be extremely unpleasant. If you are facing this problem, you should not panic; there are a few tricks that you can call to get rid of rust.

Sodium bicarbonate
To remove rust from a metal object, rinse the object, then shake it to dry. Sprinkle baking soda over it, making sure that you fully cover all rusted areas. Leave it on for an hour, then polish with a sponge metal, removing the rust. Afterwards, rinse and dry with a cloth object. This method is recommended in cases where the rust is in a highly advanced stage; Use baking soda to clean baking trays or thin metal objects.

Vinegar is a product that, along with baking soda should be present in any home, not only with many uses in the kitchen, but also cleaning the house. Objects made entirely of steel can be saved from rust by using vinegar. Put the subject in a deep dish and add white vinegar until it is fully covered. Leave covered in vinegar overnight and clean it with a metal brush until the rust is gone.

Salt and lemon juice
For objects easily affected by rust, such as knives or cutlery, for example, cover them with salt, then add the juice of one lemon. Let the mixture to act, then rub with lemon peel the objects. If rust has not totally disappeared, repeat the process but, this time, let the mixture to act more.

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3 ways to get rid of rust