4 Natural Ways To Clean Rust
Rust a merciless substance that splashes and pans, pots, spoons, forks, and even parts of furniture. Many rust remover products contain various chemical poison substances, so we suggest you 4 NATURAL, ECO-FRIENDLY WAYS TO CLEAN RUST WITH HOME-MADE THINGS that you definitely have at home. So let’s move on.
- Lemon + salt
Put some salt on the rust. After that, squeeze the lemon until the salt get wet. Leave the mixture on the rust for 2-3 hours, then remove the rust from the remaining lemon bark. The same recipe applies to lime instead of lemon.
- Vinegar + Aluminum Foil
Wrap the aluminum foil and put it in the vinegar, then try to clean the rust. Caution, this way of cleaning would leave scratches!
- Baking soda + water
Put the baking soda directly onto the rust, and then with the help of a toothbrush dipped in water try to scratch the rust. Caution: this way of cleaning would also leave scratches!
- Potato + dishwashing soap
Cut the potatoes in halves, sprinkle the open half into the dishwashing soap and the rub it on the rust. When the rust gets on the potato, cut the thin slice and continue rubbing.