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Rust Spots

Apr 5, 2005
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Ok....awhile ago (I don't know if it was on here or in an email) I saw a tip on how to remove rust spots from the blades of our knives. It had something to do with lemon juice, but I can't remember exactly. Does anyone have the details on this?
 

AJPratt

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Oct 11, 2005
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I would just use a fine piece of sand paper. You could try lemon juice and see if it works.
 

fruit76loop

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zjraby said:
Ok....awhile ago (I don't know if it was on here or in an email) I saw a tip on how to remove rust spots from the blades of our knives. It had something to do with lemon juice, but I can't remember exactly. Does anyone have the details on this?

I have not heard about the lemon juice, but I use SOS pads or scouring pads. They work great!
 

Happy Mom

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Why would the knives which are stainless steel get rust spots? I would not use sand paper on the knives becasuse it could ruin the edge.
 

DebbieJ

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They get rust spots if you put them in the dishwasher.

Remind your hosts and guests that the knives are handwash only!
 

fruit76loop

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Happy Mom said:
Why would the knives which are stainless steel get rust spots? I would not use sand paper on the knives becasuse it could ruin the edge.


I agree on the sand paper!! But all of our stainless steel products are rust resistant- not rust proof. If you leave your knives, food chopper, etc. sitting in water they will rust! So just make sure you dry these items. And yes, the knives are not dishwasher safe. This voids the lifetime guarantee!
 
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