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. More »

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You can remove rust and corrosion from stainless steel by scouring it off, using an acidic solution, utilizing alkaline paste or employing commercial rust removal chemicals. Your choice depends on the extent of corrosion... More »

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To remove rust from stainless steel knives, use a baking soda and water solution. Rub the solution on the rusted area with a soft toothbrush, rinse, and wipe the rust off with a dry paper towel. More »

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To remove rust from stainless steel knives, use a baking soda and water solution. Rub the solution on the rusted area with a soft toothbrush, rinse, and wipe the rust off with a dry paper towel. More »

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To remove yellow armpit stain, saturate the stain with a remover, rub it with a toothbrush, launder the garment with hot water, and apply a solution of white vinegar and water to eliminate the remnants. Soak truly stubbo... More »

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Get rid of rust by applying a paste of baking soda and water to the rusted part and scrubbing the area with fine steel wool. White vinegar, when applied full-strength, also removes rust from metal. More »

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To clean burnt-on residue off stainless steel cookware, boil water in the pot or pan and scrub the cookware with baking soda and a mesh cloth. Alternately, use baking soda and vinegar. More »

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