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How To Remove Rust From Your Bicycle | Clean Your Bike With Household Products

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Published on Jan 15, 2018

Few things look worse than rust on your bike, but rusty parts don't need to be thrown out. With a few things you've probably already got around your house, you can have rusty bike parts looking shiny again.

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To remove even the worst rust from any metal parts on your bike simply get some aluminium/aluminum/tin foil and dip it in either cola or white vinegar, then scrub the offending part thoroughly until the rust comes off! If you have any particularly rusty small parts, such as bolts or sprockets, you can soak them in either the cola or the vinegar.

Make sure you wear gloves while using the white vinegar, as this can be corrosive to your skin.

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