Remove rust with onions

by ellen on August 10, 2009 (Feature image by SoraZG)

Three onions in a row

Has your favorite kitchen knife gotten rusty? Despair not. You don’t have to throw it away or resort to chemicals that are bad for your health and the environment to remove the rust. Instead, try this:

  1. Buy a large yellow onion
  2. Cut through the onion numerous times with your rusty knife
  3. The rust will be dissolved by the onion juices and rubbed off on the cut surfaces

To avoid getting the knife rusty again, always clean and dry it properly after use.

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thomas August 24, 2009 at 11:45

@everybody: Ellen’s not able to post comments at the moment, but she appreciates your comments :-)

She tells me she first saw this tip in action on some television show where a couple of British women raid dirty apartments and clean them up – she can’t remember the name of the show.

Yanic A. August 22, 2009 at 12:33

What a great tip! I’ve never even heard of this before… I’ll have to look for rusty knives today and give it a whirl. Almost feels like a science project! LOL!

Tim August 20, 2009 at 19:04

Hey, this is a great tip. I had not heard of this before. Thanks. Also, Thanks for joining the Change The World Group at Blog Catalog. We look forward to your participation in this weeks challenge. You can get it here along with some ideas and see our Honor Society from last week. Thanks.

Genergize August 20, 2009 at 05:03

What a great tip! Thanks, and i love all the neat info you have here!

Eva August 15, 2009 at 15:05

Det skal j prøve, vi har fått rust på RUSTFRIE kniver!! GID

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