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Old 11-14-2010, 11:25 AM
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My DH left a can sitting in the sink overnight and now there is an unsightly rust stain in my sink. What can I do to get it out? I am hoping for a simple solution with something already in the house.

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Magic Erasers. They are awesome.
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vinegar and baking soda paste. Mix 1 part water with 3 parts baking soda (want a thick paste) spritz a little bit of vinegar on it and let sit for a minute. Rinse away. If it's still there do again, but scrub the baking soda paste a little first.
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The baking soda is great for that!

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I've got the Magic Eraser under the sink so I will try that first. It sounds the easiest with a toddler under foot and least messy.

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I like to use a product called "bar keeper's friend". It works great! It even removes black marks from the old porcelain sinks.
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