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how do I get what appears to be rust spots off stainless steel utensils

preferably without having to buy special polish or chemicals.  Any household products that work for this? tia

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Re: how do I get what appears to be rust spots off stainless steel utensils

  • I've used the Mr Clean magic erasers for the same situation and it took care of it. 
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  • I recently used Cream of Tartar to clean my stainless steel tea kettle and it did a great job getting all the rust spots off of that so I assume it would work on your utensils.  I mixed a spoonful of the Cream of Tartar with a few drops of water just enough to make a paste and then rubbed it on with a rag and rinsed it off with water and it is wonderful!!

  • I have that kind of polish cleaner as you said ,but we do not use that to clean utensils ,but bathroom productsConfused

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