Organised mum shares how she removes rust stains from stainless steel using one common pantry staple
- An Australian mum has shared how to remove rust from stainless steel
- Carolina shared a video online and only used white vinegar to lift a sink stain
- The vinegar was poured into the sink and left for a few hours before she returned
- The stain was then easily removed using a microfibre cloth without scrubbing
An organised mum-of-two known for sharing cleaning hacks with thousands online has revealed how to remove rust stains from stainless steel using white vinegar.
In the clip a yellow stain is visible on the rim of the drain, though this was easily lifted by filling the sink with vinegar and ensuring the mark was completely submerged.
Carolina left the vinegar in the sink for a few hours to allow a chemical reaction to occur, then drained the vinegar and used a microfibre cloth to rub away the rusty stain.
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Carolina, from Perth, shared a video online and removed a stain from the sink using only one product – white vinegar
After ensuring the stain was submerged in the vinegar, she left it to sit for a few hours
Not only was the stain removed but the sink was also left looking sparkling clean as if it were brand new.
The high concentrate white vinegar contains makes it an effective product to remove rust.
Vinegar is a natural substitution to cleaning products and the high acidity contents is known to remove bacteria.
She then drained the vinegar and used a microfibre cloth to rub away the rusty stain. Not only was the stain removed but the sink was also left looking sparkling clean as if it were brand new
On TikTok the video has been viewed more than 36,000 times with many agreeing vinegar is a fantastic cleaning product.
Earlier this year Carolina shared another video online demonstrating how to make a natural spray to clean stainless steel household products, such as the coffee machine.
She combined one part vinegar and one part water in a bottle and sprayed the liquid onto a microfibre cloth to polish her coffee machine.
Earlier this year Carolina shared another video online demonstrating how to make a natural spray to clean stainless steel household products, such as the coffee machine
The 1:1 ratio has been used as a quick and easy cleaning method for years and is a suitable alternative to using harsh chemicals.
She gently wiped down the appliance with the damp cloth to clean and polish it, leaving an instant sparkle.
The TikTok video shared on March 18 has since been viewed more than 288,000 times and received praise from social media users.