How To Remove Rust From Your Rusty Cast Iron Barbecue Grill
You got a rusty grill. Why don’t you let
Metal Rescue Rust Remover Bath remove the rust in 3 easy steps.
That way you can get back to grilling in no time. Come on, let us show you how!
First tip, Metal Rescue Rust Remover Bath is not an acid. So any barrier like old
grease is going to have to be removed before you use Metal Rescue. Grab a tub
of some dish soap and let them soak. After it’s been soaking for a few hours, we’re going to scrub the heck out of it! Finally we dried it, removing any grease
and residue left behind. Now we have a clean surface to work with. Now it’s time
for the fun part! That’s right, Metal Rescue is safe on everything except rust!
So why you wearing those gloves? Ahhh, much better.
Yeah, throw those in there too. It’s safe! Metal Rescue is safe on skin, most paints,
rubber, plastic, chrome, and of course cast iron grills. Make sure you cover your part completely and then just let it soak. After a few hours and the Metal Rescue
starts to darken, check it make to sure the rust is gone. If it’s not, keep on letting it
soak. Yeah, Metal Rescue safe on rubber gloves! It is a little magical… Metal Rescue is non-toxic, biodegradable and reusable. Yes! 1 gallon of Metal Rescue will remove
up to a half a pound of rust. when the parts are completed be rusted, take them out of the metal rescue and rinse them off. We recommend that you thoroughly clean
any food contact surfaces according to good manufacturing practices. Now that
your grill is rinsed off, dry it! Because Metal Rescue is not an acid you don’t have to neutralize the metal afterwards. Now….who’s ready for some burgers and dogs? metal Rescue Rust Remover Bath, your clean safe and easy way to remove rust
from your grill or anything with rust! Pick a jug up at your local Home Depot
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