Probably every house has a rusty object. Often these items, which can be tools, hardware used in various pieces of furniture, components of electric appliances, bicycle parts, motorcycle or car are of much better quality than modern ones, unfortunately, because they are rusty looks ugly and usually ends up being thrown away. The rusty surface from pipes and installations or radiators can be a problem, especially in the winter months, when a broken pipe disturbs more than one family. See how to get rid of rust in your house so you do not need a plumber this winter.
Limes and salt
Although the procedure also goes with regular lemon, a green lemon is more acidic, without being corrosive to the pipes. Sprinkle salt over the rusty place and squeeze a green lemon over the salt. Use salt to cover the surface and let it work for 2-3 hours, then rub with the back of the same lemon, not with a corrosive sponge, so as not to further damage the pipe.
Already known and universally available baking soda also helps to get rid of rusty surfaces. Make a thick slurry of bicarbonate and lukewarm water and apply it all over the surface affected. Let it act for 10-15 minutes and rub the debris with a toothbrush or a soft brush.
Potatoes and dish detergent
Cut a potato on two and grease the inner half with dishwasher. Substances in the interior will make a chemical reaction that cleans the rust. Leave the slices or potato halves halfway over rust stains and then clean with water and a soft brush.
Get rid of rust from ceramic objects
Sometimes the bathtub or sink can have rust, quite unsightly. Make a borax and lemon juice paste and rub the rust stains with a pumice stone or a rough brush.
Take the rust out from tools
You may have pliers, patented or other tools through a rusty magazine. Put these mechanical utensils in a gas-filled vessel. Let them stay soaked overnight, then clean the rust with a brass wire brush (found at the tool shops and are cheap). Delete the diesel with a cloth and ready, you can use the tools in the magazine again.
If you stained your clothes with rust, a simple detergent does not help you get rid of it. Here are some effective solutions that you need to apply as soon as you spot the stains, whether it’s your clothing, bed linen, or bed covers.
Solutions for recent stains on clothes
Fresh rust stains on cotton fabrics disappear if you immediately wipe them with a clean cloth soaked in salt water, then rinse with plenty of cold water.
Small rust stains on clothes can be cleaned with lemon juice if you rub them vigorously with a cloth or a clean sponge. Then wash clothes with warm water and detergent and rinse thoroughly.
Another effective solution against rust is milk. Put the stained coat soaked in raw milk for at least 30 minutes, then let it dry in the sun for several hours. You will see that rust stains are fading, and to get rid of them, you have to wash the garment with a quality detergent and rinse well with cold water.
Old rust stains on clothes
If the rust stain is older and seems impossible to remove, use a concentrated lemon juice combination with salt, to which you can add a little water to dissolve the salt better. Soak the stain in this mixture and let it work for several hours, then wash the coat normally.