Another natural cleaning method – remove rust marks off stainless steel

I’ve come up with another great natural cleaning method! How to remove rust marks off stainless steel appliances using lemon juice and cream of tartar!

Remember when I got my nice new BBQ grill at the begining of the summer? Well… the elements have finally gotten to it, and there are a few rust marks showing on the smooth stainless steel. After much deliberation in searching out another natural cleaning method, much like my tip on how to clean your glass top stove, I have finally found a magic recipe for safely taking these marks off.. 2 household ingredients you probably already have!

Who knew you could clean stainless steel using lemon juice and cream of tartar!?

How to Clean Stainless Steel

How to Clean Stainless Steel

Here’s what I started with – these sightly brown stains on the front of my new grill. Ick!!

But don’t worry, it’s really easy to remove rust off stainless steel!

I really should have bought a cover for it when I bought the grill, but I hated to cover it up! It’s such a pretty grill and it sits under the covered part of our patio. Unfortunately, it still can sometimes tarnished!

How to Clean Stainless Steel

So I made a paste using the cream of tartar and lemon juice with an old toothbrush, until it had a good pasty consistency…

How to Clean Stainless Steel

Then I applied it to the affected area, and gave it some good old fashioned elbow grease!

How to Clean Stainless Steel

How to Clean Stainless Steel

I made sure to scrub for about a minute or 2, and I would wipe up the paste that would run down, so I didn’t have a bigger mess to clean.

Then I used a paper towel to wipe away the paste, and TA-DA! Good as new again!

How to Clean Stainless Steel

Jayna

Hi, I’m Jayna, a Wylie mom blogger living near Plano, Texas. I’m a Dessert love & recipe maker. Mom to a rowdy little boy. Coffee lover. Beloved wife and creator of Bellabyte Design Studio. Connect with me, I’d love to hear from you!

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  1. Thank you! Its so nice of you to put these remedies on the web! Very useful.

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