To remove rust from stainless steel, dissolve baking soda in water, and rub the baking soda solution over the rusty surface with a toothbrush. Rinse the surface with clean water, and wipe it with a wet paper towel.Continue Reading
Measure 2 cups of water, and pour it in a mixing bowl. Add 1 tablespoon of baking soda, and stir to make a solution.
Use a toothbrush to rub the baking soda solution over the rusty surface.
Rinse off rust with clean water, and wipe the surface with a damp paper towel to remove the remains of the scrubbed rust.
Cleaning marble should be done with either a specially formulated stone cleaner or a solution made from baking soda, dishwashing liquid and warm water. Sealing marble surfaces provides enhanced protection and may minimize future cleaning efforts. Cleaning products that contain acids, alkalis and other chemicals can cause etching and abrasions.Full Answer >
Water stains can be removed from a marble surface using a home remedy of baking soda and water. If no baking soda is available, it is also possible to remove water stains from a marble surface using dish soap, white vinegar and water.Full Answer >
Getting grease stains out of a washing machine requires baking soda, a rough sponge, laundry detergent with bleach, distilled white vinegar, a bowl of hot water, a toothbrush and a cloth. This process takes under an hour.Full Answer >
Clean a stained fiberglass tub using a professional-grade mildew, calcium and rust cleaner, such as CLR, or using household items like dish or laundry detergent, baking soda and vinegar. Use a soft-bristled scrubbing brush to rub the cleaning solution on the tub’s surface. After the tub is fully scrubbed down, rinse off with warm water.Full Answer >