How to clean a tap from rust: a remedy that will make stains disappear before your eyes
Rust can appear on a faucet for many reasons, such as the use of abrasive detergents and aggressive cleaners.
According to experts, water contains substances that are part of the soil and settle on sewer pipes. For example, hydrogen sulfide in tap water can cause corrosion, while chlorine and magnesium lead to the formation of limescale. So, if you're faced with the problem of rust on your faucet, you shouldn't panic and buy a new one right away. Read OBOZREVATEL's article on how to get rid of rust quickly and cheaply.
Life hack for rust on the tap
Of course, you can use expensive chemicals. But there is one life hack that will help you remove rust quickly and economically.
You only need three ingredients: lemon, salt, and vinegar. Cut the lemon in half. Dip one-half in salt and rub the rusty faucet thoroughly.
Moisten a paper towel generously with vinegar. Then "wrap" the faucet with this towel. Leave it for 30 minutes. Rust stains should disappear.
Experts advise additionally wiping the faucet with a napkin dipped in baby oil.
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