More and more households get a wide range of rust problems in the kitchen – particularly on their sinks. This article will once again share with you two options of organic rust removal. All of which have been proven to be harmless to humans and the environment. They; however, differ in the convenience an comforts of the administration process. You may choose which one suits you best.
Getting rust off your sink the traditional way
You will need a cream of tartar, salt, hydrogen peroxide, lemon, vinegar, toilet bowl cleaner, naval jelly, oxalic acid, pumice scouring stick and a fine steel wool.
1.Mix a cream of tartar with hydrogen peroxide. Start by rubbing it directly into the rusty area until all the rust spots are gone. Rinse the sink afterwards and dry it completely.
2.Cut a lemon into half. Put salt on the other half. Rub this directly on the rust stain. Finish off by cleaning and rinsing your sink the usual way. Use a paper towel or a soft cloth to dry it up.
3.You may also make use of your toilet bowl cleaner. Just pour it directly into the rust spot. Allow it to sit for about five minutes. Rub the spot with a wet sponge then rinse the cleaner off the sink completely.
4.Wet a pumice stick and rub it back and on forth on the rust spot until you see a paste formation. Rinse the sink completely. This works as well with porcelain sinks.
5.Use a naval jelly and rub it into the rust spot using a fine steel wool. Finish off by rinsing your sink with clean water.
Cleaning your sink the quick and easy modern way
Sure, you can have yourself bombarded with the wide range of old-fashioned ways presented above. However, if you want to save yourself from the hassles of such, all you need to do is simply pick a top-notch natural rust remover like the Rusterizer. Spray it directly on the spots and in a few minutes, all the rust stains are gone.
We hope you have learned something once again. Send your rust removal questions to us and it will be our pleasure to give surefire rust removal tips.