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Mechanics use this kitchen ingredient to remove rust from cars and it only costs $2

“Garages use this kitchen ingredient to remove rust from cars and it only costs 2 euros”

With rust, you need to act as quickly as possible, before it spreads. Here's how to do it with a simple kitchen ingredient.

In a country where he cries regularly like France, everything from barbecues to cars, rust. Treating rust early on can save you a lot of hassle and money in the long run. When you notice a rust stain, it is crucial to prevent it from spreading throughout your car. Auto experts shared a simple trick to remove rust, and you may already have it. the product you need at home. Indeed, everything you have to offer What you can do is use a bottle of Coca-Cola, ideally Diet Coke, and a sponge to treat the rust.

Car enthusiasts say that Diet Coke is the best version of this soft drink. use, because you will not have to not à Don't worry about leaving sugary residue on your car. They also add that it is easier to use. use when the drink has lost some of its effervescence, thus avoiding bubbles during cleaning. Diet Coke is effective because it is a carbonate which directly attacks the metal oxides present in rust. Coca-Cola also contains small amounts of citric acid which can help with blood loss. remove stains, while phosphoric acid gives it a firmer shine. the drink has anti-rust power strong enough to treat small rust spots on cars.

According to mechanics, the parts of a car most likely to rust are the chassis, wheel arches, exhaust system and suspension . The problem can be detected immediately. by the presence of bubbles under the paint, which indicates a loss of contact between the paint and the panel, caused by the penetration of water and air. Auto experts suggest preventing rust by regularly washing and drying your car, especially if you live near the sea or you have driven in unfavorable weather conditions which accelerate corrosion. It is also recommended add a layer of wax to protect the paint and regularly use a cleaning product. oil base like WD40 to eliminate moisture and humidity. hinges and other difficult to access areas.

There is already some time he had been suggestedé another use of Coke, to eliminate stubborn limescale deposits from toilets. À On this occasion, Coca-Cola then declared: “Rumors claim that, due to its acidic nature, Coca-Cola can be used for cleaning toilets, corroded car batteries, loosening rusty bolts, removing rust stains from bumpers, removing grease from clothes and cleaning clothes. residue on a windshield. Although it contains a small amount of edible acid, we do not recommend its use these purposes. Better to use classic cleaning products." Everyone is free to test.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116