RUST on metal can often build up in the home – whether it’s your bathroom or kitchen.

Thankfully, cleaning fanatics have revealed the simple way to get your metal appliances looking good as new.

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The cleaning enthusiasts revealed that you don’t need to go out and buy new appliances affected by rust or a special cleaner to bring up rust, reports the Express.

Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, 32, has long been a favourite amongst fellow cleaning enthusiasts, with close to 4.5million followers on Instagram.

The star rose to fame a few years ago with various home hacks and now her fans have even started dedicated cleaning pages on social media.

In one such group, a fellow cleaning enthusiast asked: “My husband insists on having stainless steel bins in bathrooms.

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“I hate them as they always get rusty bits on them. Does anyone know how to get this off or what’s best to clean them with please.”

The post was inundated with tips including using ketchup with scrunched-up tinfoil to remove rust.

One wrote: “Kitchen foil and tomato ketchup then scrub. It’s like magic!”

Another commented: “Tomato sauce and tin foil scrunched up. I always use this for mine and brings them up every time.”


A third agreed, saying: “I just wipe over mine with a damp cloth. I’ve had one for years and no rust on it at all.

“But if you do get rust spots then use ketchup and screwed-up tin foil to get rid of rust spots.”

Others suggested ways to prevent rust buildup, one recommended: “After you clean the bin put on some baby oil and buff it, protects it from the moisture.

“The baby oil lasts a while on the surface too so you don’t need to do every time.”

You can buy ketchup for as little as 80p in Morrisons.

If you use tinfoil on appliances make sure they are unplugged beforehand.

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