Stainless steel salt shaker

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Stainless Steel Salt shaker

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How to remove rust from...?

Well i have two salt and Pepper shakers and one of the lids are rusted.Almost no rust is on the Salt shaker lid but alot of rust is on the inside of the Pepper shaker lid but a little is on the top.All i need to know is how to get rid of the rust so i can use it.I can't go to a hardware store or any thing to but somthing to get rid of it.I was wondering if i could use some type of acid?And could i make it at home?
i dont have any vinigar but could i use some type of cleaner or mix salt with something i dont knwo why i just keep thinking salt will help.
weWell...Most people who have cars know about rust so thats why i put it here.

You might try soaking it in vinegar and then using a toothbrush to gently scrub the tops; rinse thoroughly. Be very careful as vinegar may discolor silver. (Test it by putting a drop or two on the top before immersing the caps in the vinegar). If that fails, go to the grocery store or WaMart and look for a jar of silver, brass or stainless steel cleaner and polish (depending upon what metal the caps are). Good luck!

I compiled a list of recipes to make your own household cleaning low-cost but effective. Although I can specify certain oils essential, please feel free to replace my suggestion with your personal favorite. I also recommend experimenting to find the best combination For best results, this revenue is an approach that may need to be adjusted.

  • Kitchen Care - You'll need baking soda and lemon oil. Preparation: Fill a shaker lid plastic or stainless steel (such as those used for powdered sugar) halfway with baking soda. Add 15 to 20 drops of essential oil. Mix and add more baking soda until it reaches the top of the shaker. Secure the lid, cover with a dry cloth and shake until blended. DIRECTIONS: Sprinkle on countertops or sinks, then wipe with a damp cloth or sponge cellulose. Rinse thoroughly. Do not use too much or have to keep rinsing and cleaning.
  • Cleaner Floor - It has distilled white vinegar, filtered water and essential oil of lemon (optional). PREPARATION: Fill a clean oz 16. squirt bottle with quantities equal vinegar and water. Add 15 to 20 drops of essential oil and mix. EMPLOYMENT: Squirt on the floor and clean with a clean cloth or mop. This cleaner can be used on finished wood, tile and vinyl.
  • Tub & Tile Cleaner - Will 1 2 / 3 cup baking soda, 1 / 2 cup liquid soap (Dr. Bronners great work), 1 / 2 cup filtered water and 2 tbls. white distilled vinegar. PREPARATION: Mix baking soda and liquid soap in a container. Dilute with water and add vinegar. Stir with a fork until the pieces are gone and the mixture has a pourable consistency (you may need to add water). Pour into a clean compression of 16 ounces (the genus with flip top jet. Shake well before use, keep the lid tightly closed to prevent the mixture is dry. USE: Cream bath tile, sink or toilet bowl and brush. Rinse thoroughly. If any residue remains baking soda, washing with a mixture of vinegar and water and Next time use baking soda a little less in the recipe.
  • Glass Cleaner - You have 1 / 4 cup white vinegar, 1 / 2 cup liquid soap, 2 cups of filtered water. Preparation: Mix the soap and water in a spray bottle 16 oz clean then add vinegar. Shake well. DIRECTIONS: Spray on windows and standard off or wipe with a paper towel. Once you've cleaned the windows a couple of times, ignored the soap (which removes the wax residue Left Behind by conventional cleaner) and go 1 / 2 cup of a mixture vinegar with 2 cups of water.
  • All Purpose Cleaner - You will need 2 TBLS of white distilled vinegar, 1 white tea Borax (available in grocery stores in the laundry aisle) 16 oz HOT, filtered water, 1 / 4 cup liquid soap. Preparation: Mix the vinegar and borax in a spray bottle cleaner 16 oz Fill with water and stir until the borax is dissolved. Add the liquid soap, stir to mix again. To use: simply spray and wipe.

I have been cleaning my home with these recipes for many years and have yet to purchase any conventional cleaning products other than eco friendly laundry detergent. I would love to hear about your results. Please visit http://greenmomhappymom.com to let me know how your cleaning is going.


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