Rust on pipes and plant radiators can be a problem, especially in winter, when a broken pipe disturbs more than one family. See how to get rid of rust from the house so that you will not need the installer this winter.
Lime and salt
Although normal procedure goes and lemon, a lime is acidic without corrosive pipes. Sprinkle salt over the place full of rust and squeeze a lime over the salt. Use salt enough to cover all rust and leave it for 2-3 hours, then scrub with lemon zest from the same, not a sponge corrosive, not deteriorate further this pipe.
Already famous and universally sodium bicarbonate and helps to get rid of rust. Make a thick paste of baking and hot water and applied to the entire surface affected by rust. Leave it on for 10-15 minutes and rub the remains with a toothbrush or soft brush.
Potatoes and dishwashing
Cut a potato in half and smear soapy inner half. Substances inside will be a chemical reaction that cleans rust. Leave the potato slices or halves detergent hours over rust stains and then clean with water and a soft brush.
Get rid of rust on ceramic and enamel
Sometimes, tub or sink may have rust quite unsightly. Make a paste of borax and lemon juice and rub the rust stains with a pumice stone or scrub.
Rust from tools
Maybe you have in your house pliers and other tools that are full of rust. Put these mechanical tools in a vessel with a lid filled with diesel fuel. Leave them to soak overnight stay, then clean the rust with a wire brush, brass (there are stores and tools are cheap). Remove oil with a cloth and ready, you can use the tool shed again.
Even the iron pan that you maintain and clean them carefully can gain a little bit of rust from time to time. How do you get rid of the unpleasant appearance of rust on pots, pans, and knives? We know a simple trick of all. It involves only a potato. Both.
To clean the rust with potato is supposed to cut him in half, the long or wide, depending on the size of the area you want to use it. Soak the inside of the potato in dishwashing or sodium bicarbonate and uses it to rub good rust. It will not be easy, but it will pay off!
When potatoes are with the tender end, cut it and dip it again in detergent or baking. Repeat the process until completely get rid of rust.
Potato trick is handy and easy to put into practice. In addition, it is not toxic! You can use this process with confidence to clean any kitchen utensil that you see that rust appeared.
What other tricks on how to get rid of rust may you know?
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