Rust 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 entire rust and let it work for 2-3 hours, then rub with the bark from the same lemon, not with a corrosive sponge, so as not to further damage the pipe.
Already known and universally available sodium bicarbonate also helps to get rid of rust. Make a thick slurry of bicarbonate and lukewarm water and apply it all over the surface affected by rust. 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 dishwashing. Substances in the interior will make a chemical reaction that cleans the rust. Leave the slices or potato halves halfway over the rust stains and then clean with water and a soft brush.
Get rid of rust from ceramic
Sometimes, the bathtub or sink can have rust, quite unsightly. Make a borax paste and lemon juice and rub the rust stains with a pumice stone or a rough brush.
Rust from tools
Maybe you have pliers, patented or other tools through a rusty magazine. Put these mechanical utensils in a tank with a full cap of diesel. Let them stay soaked overnight, then clean the rust with a brass bristle 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.
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