Discovering rust stains on your favourite tee-shirt could probably be regarded as a first-world problem but it’s unpleasant all the same. Not only is it unsightly, it can damage your belongings – so removing it should be a priority. The good news is you don’t need to splash out on specialist products for the job. Everything you need can be found in your kitchen cupboards.
Let’s start with that rust-bucket that gets you from A to B, your trusty bike. You can restore it to its former gleaming glory with just a few squirts of oil followed by a scrub with steel wool. If your golf clubs are the problem, dip the steel wool in WD40 and watch the rust come off. Using everyday items such as lemon juice, Cola or an onion, you have all you need to tackle the dreaded rust. So with the help of our infographic, roll up your sleeves and get to work.