Pour Some Cola
Diet cola may be your hero and saviour or the worst tasting soda available, depending on which stand point you look at it from. It was recently used umpteenth to shoot liquid in the air with the help of mentose. However, you can use the very same soda to clean the rust of the chrome. Start the process with generously pouring diet cola on the rusted part of the body and let it sit for a few seconds.
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Rub with Foil
After you have poured the cola and have waited for a bit, crumple the piece of foil that you have with you and give it a real hard rub. You will see the rust will start becoming loose.
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Rinse and Wipe
Once the process is done, rinse the surface with warm water and clean any residue of rust with a paper towel to give the surface a shiny and brand new look.
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Baking Soda and Vinegar
You can also use the vinegar and baking soda to get the extra bit of shine on the rusted surface. The process is quite simple; you soak a piece of cloth with vinegar and add some baking soda to it. The next thing to do is to give the rusted chrome a good old fashioned rub and after a bit of time, the rust will start coming off. After a bit of time, the surface should be all cleaned up and should be good as new.
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Rinse and Wipe Again
After the surface has been cleaned, you can once again give it a rinse to get rid of any residue of rust or the baking soda that was used in the cleaning process and wipe away the surface with paper towels to get it dry.
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