Stainless steel, is one of the most ubiquitous materials found in practically every home. In your kitchen, you will find a variety of stainless steel products.
This is due to the fact that stainless steel is not only inexpensive but also rust-resistant. Rust will form as soon as the chromium coating is removed from the surface of stainless steel.
So, this article will inform you about the various methods for removing rust from stainless steel. Continue reading the article by scrolling down.
Method 1: Baking Soda.
Things you'll need:
A. 1 teaspoon baking soda
B. 2 cups of water
C. A soft clean cotton cloth
D. A toothbrush.
This can be useful if there is a minor amount of rust. You must follow the steps outlined below to accomplish this:
1. Combine 1 tablespoon baking soda and 1 cup water.
2. Using the toothbrush, gently rub the rusted area. Because baking soda is non-abrasive, it will gently remove the rust from the steel surface.
3. When you notice the rust fading, you can wash it away with regular water and then wipe it away with a cloth. Follow the instructions below for rust-damaged items or items with a considerable amount of rust:
1. Clean the surface, such as a large stainless steel container. Make certain that no substance is left in it.
2. Scatter baking soda over the affected area of the stainless steel product.
3. Make sure the area is completely covered in baking soda. Allow it to sit for 25-30 minutes.
4. Now you must scrub the baking soda-coated area. You can do this with an old toothbrush. You don't have to brush vigorously, just softly.
5. Once you see the rust leaving the surface of the steel, rinse it with plain water.
Finally, wipe it clean with a cotton cloth.
This is another another method for removing rust from stainless steel. All you have to do is apply vinegar to the affected area and allow it to dry. Then, using a toothbrush, carefully scrub the affected region. After that, you can wash the surface with regular water and wipe it dry with a cloth.
Method 3: Lemon And Baking Soda
To form a paste, combine baking soda and lime juice in equal parts. Apply this paste to the affected region and leave it on for a few minutes. After that, you can clean it away with an old toothbrush. Finally, clean the surface with plain water and dry it with a soft cloth.
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