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How can I clean rust from my can opener

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My swing-handle can opener is completely rusty. This happened to my last one, too, and I had to throw it away. Is there any way to clean it instead?

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It sounds like the rust is forming because there are parts of the can opener you can’t properly dry after washing it.

  • Use white or apple-cider vinegar and a toothbrush to scrub away the rust, then rinse off the vinegar thoroughly.
  • Dry the opener with a hair-dryer (be careful, though — the metal may get hot), making sure to get into all of the crevices.
  • When it is dry, lubricate moving parts with a little mineral oil.

You can also purchase a new can-opener at The Kitchenware Market.

 

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