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How to Get Rid of Rust on Your Bicycle

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Although it may be your pride and pleasure, keeping your much-loved bicycle clean and dry at all times may not be realistic for those of us who prefer to ride it on a regular basis and in all types of weather.

Rust is less prevalent on contemporary bicycles these days, but it may still happen, and we'll teach you how to keep it from happening.

Here are some ways to remove rust:
  1. Rust can be removed with a simple scrape with Cola. Apply the fizzy Cola to the afflicted region by rubbing it in with some regular aluminum foil. Dip the foil in the liquid, shiny side outwards, and brush away the rust until it's gone.
  2. Make a paste by combining baking soda and vinegar, then add a little lime juice. Apply the paste to all of the metallic parts of your bike with a brush before allowing it to dry for around 10 minutes. Scrub the paste off with a steel wool pad until all traces of rust are gone.

Finally, use wax to protect any metal components from corrosion.

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