Condo Blues: How to Clean Rusty Chrome the Non Toxic Way!




Sunday, September 8, 2019

How to Clean Rusty Chrome the Non Toxic Way!

Taking my bathroom d├ęcor que from hotels I stayed in I hung a chrome towel rack shelf in the Master Bathroom shower. It is handy as a towel rack and even better when I need a place to hang some hand washing up to dry. I popped a little plastic tray on top so I can use it as a storage shelf for shampoo and such.



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Unfortunately, the chrome is developing tiny rust spots.


Fortunately there is a quick, easy, cheap and non toxic way to remove rust from metal chrome.

How to Remove Rust Spots from Metal Chrome the Easy Way


You will need the following supplies


Aluminum foil

Your hand

Step by step how to do it tutorial


1. Crumble a sheet of clean aluminum foil into a loose ball.

2. Use the ball of aluminum foil as a scrubby on the chrome to remove the rust spots.



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3. You may need to recrumple the aluminum foil during your cleaning project to find a unused part of the foil ball that has a little more cleaning oomph.

4. Once you have removed all of the rust spots, wipe the area down with a clean dry cloth to remove any excess residue.


5. It couldn’t be easier than that!


how to clean rusty chrome the non toxic way


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2 comments :

Teresa B said...

This is great, because I have a towel rack that looks exactly like that. I was thinking about replacing it, but now I'm going to follow your tips and get it cleaned.
Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link party this week!

Lisa Lynn said...

Great tip! Thank you for sharing on Farm Fresh Tuesdays!

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