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Steps to removing stains and rusts on your kitchen sink?

You should not permit to rust and stain be present on your beautiful stainless kitchen. It looks untidy and really bad. Even the newest kitchen or appliances if they are having spots or rust looks very bad. Also, the rust shortens the usage of the surfaces and appliances.

Find a way to avoid this and use there surefire methods, so the kitchen countertop and other appliances will have their glow again.

There are several methods you can use to improve the look of your kitchen.

Using backing soda

Baking soda is a natural way to clean the surfaces. It is great for using in places where small children or animals are, because it is a non toxic chemicals. Also it can be storage pretty easy, it comes in smaller or bigger sealed bags. The items you will need: cloth, baking soda, soft thick brush and paper towels.

The procedure:

  1. Make a paste of baking soda

If you want to remove several spots on the pan or on the front part of a dishwasher, make a paste by mixing 2 cups of water and 1 spoon of baking soda. Make the paste smooth and without clumps. This mixture is mild and not aggressively abrasive and this manner is completely naturally, without scratching the surface.

  1. Rub this paste on the stainless steel

Use this paste and rub it on the surface in the direction of the grain. Whilst this, use clean soft cloth.

  1. Rinse off the paste and wipe the places

At the end, rinse with water and wipe with paper towel.

After the whole procedure, clean all the surfaces with warm water. Stake the baking soda on its place, and away of children or animals.

Getting stains and rust off a larger affected area

If the area affected with rust or spots is bigger, consider calling a professional cleaner or professional cleaning company. It is all a hard work. But if you prefer to do the cleaning by yourself, follow the next steps:

  1. Rinse the surface and coat with a layer of baking soda

Rinse the surface very thoroughly to remove the filthiness on the surface. Afterwards, put a layer of baking soda on the surface, covering the rusted sector.

  1. Let it put

The baking soda should be let put on the surface 30 minutes.

  1. Scrub

You should start scrubbing. Use a soft brush, or maybe an old toothbrush.

  1. Rinse with water and then dry

You should rinse the surface with water and dry the sink with paper towel.

Removing rust with oxalic acid

If you have unintentionally left spots in the sink when it was wet, you have provoked the occurring of rust on the perfectly washed sink. What can you do to to clean them? You can also use cleaner which contains oxalic acid. It can be a liquid one or a powder one – which will need to be mixed with water. If you have already used a baking soda for cleaning the sink and you are not satisfied with the results, chemicals that contains oxalic acid.

Necessary supplies: a cleaning chemicals containing oxalic acid and a sponge.

  1. Buy and apply the cleaning chemical with oxalic rust

Put a large amount of the cleaning chemical on the area, as per instructions on the packages. Do not buy any cleaners containing caustic soda because they contains chlorides, and those are abrasive – which means that they will damage the chromium layer on the kitchen.

  1. Repeat the process as with previously mentioned baking soda (step 2 and 3)

The cleaning chemical with oxalic acid should be taken away and put in a separate place, it is better to be locked away for safety. Untrained people should not use this chemical. Also, while using it, use protective goggles and gloves. They also must be rinsed and put in safety place in the house.

What are the best and the worst removal techniques when removing stains and rust from kitchen?

If you want to remove spots and rust you will also need to scrub. But, if the spots are on delicate surfaces like stainless steel, do not use steel brushes or wool. Also, do not use any cleaner which contain iodine, chlorine, bromine and fluorine (including all elements of chlorine group of elements).

You must keep in mind that chlorides are abrasive and they will mar the surface of the stainless steel, making the things worse. It can provoke even more rust and corrosion on the surface. Also, the chemicals for removing rust meant for other metals, or scrubbing pads can provoke damaging.

If you want to avoid the spots and rust in the future, it is best to avoid as much as you can to be left a moisture around the kitchen. Also, refrigerators are very prone to have some stains, or if you have small kids that do the splashing in it. If you notice a certain spill or splash, do not let for later – pick a mop or a paper towel and clean and dry it. The stainless surfaces will look perfect for longer period in this manner.

Final recommendations

You should consider proper and frequent cleaning the kitchen and appliances for prevention of stains and rust. Also, consider replacing the elements after several years. Also, you need to make regular maintenance to keep all the surfaces in good condition and looks.

Every steps included in this article must be considered when you want to remove rust or dirty spots. You should also engage yourself in continuously mechanical cleaning of the places in the kitchen, to prevent occurring bigger spots or rust. You should also call a professional cleaner or professional cleaning company at least once a week. In this way, you will prevent of occurring spots or rust on the surfaces. You think that these money will go for waste, but you will not be sorry for spending them. The prevention is the key.

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