Tip: Rust Remover Magic Formula

Wednesday, August 13, 2008








Problem with rusty pans and tools?


What you need:

  • Baking Soda
  • Pure White Vinegar
  • Aliminum Foil
Instructions:
  1. Mix baking soda and white vinegar. (go for pasty consistency)
  2. Crumple the aluminum foil with the shiny side showing.
  3. Dip the aluminum foil the baking soda and vinegar mix.
  4. Scrub the rust out of your pan/tools.
Shortcut: Take out your cleaning kit. Liberally dust the pan with baking soda. Spray Pure White Vinegar. Scrub with the aluminum foil.

You can also try this with your chrome fixtures. See the rust magically disappear.

Warning:Test-scrub in a small area first to make sure that it won't scratch the metal. If you don't mind it being scratched, like with my stove pan, scrub away.)

3 comments:

lindy said...

What a wonderful tip! Thanks Mrs. G.

Mrs. G said...

Hi, Lindy. It really works. Try it and tell me what happens :)

(I feel like a mad scientist when the baking soda and vinegar starts to bubble and fizz. Hehehe.)

Mike said...

This worked wonderfully! Far better than Soft Scrub and a Scotch Brite pad. Thanks for great tip!

 
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