Mucky sink!!!

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  1. Road Burner

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    Got a Buerstner Nexxo with a metal sink which is marked with rust spots from a metal drainage protector. Anyone any ideas about how to remove marks. Not sure if it is supposed to be stainless steel ha har. We have tried Cif bathroom cleaner would worried about using anything too abrasive.
     
  2. dylan

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    Try Bar Keepers Friend :thumb:
     
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    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    Lifted from the net so can't say if it works..

     
  4. sinbad1

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    Patio cleaner

    also try vinagar
     
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    What a mind of information on here ! ::bigsmile:
     
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    not patio cleaner, it contains hydrocloric acid and will discolour mild/stainless steel,

    WD40 might work, i personally would use white vinegar on a piece of kitchen roll, place it quite damp on the rust, leave for upto an hour, checking every 15 mins, the citric acid will desolve the rust, once gone spray with WD40 or silicone spray to protect from rerusting
     
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