Remove Rust Spots from Knives and Silverware with Lemon Juice
Even stainless steel silverware and cooking knives can start to show a few spots of rust here and there. This is especially common after your silverware (or heaven forbid, your knives) go through the dishwasher a few times. It's not pretty, but there's an easy way to lift those rust stains off: a good soak in lemon juice.
You will surprised to see all the makeup that is left in the water. How to properly clean your makeup brushes. (a tablespoon of white vinegar in a cup of hot water, and a 20 minute soak, followed by a hot, then cold rinse and pat dry will do it. Disinfects, dissolves grease/makeup, leaves no film, and inexpensive.)
Keep one in the shower filled with a mixture of half vinegar and half Dawn dishsoap. Use it to wipe down the shower while you are in there and your shower will always be clean....totally need to do this...
Video: How to season cast iron cooking implements on a barbecue grill
Cast iron cookware will last forever if you take care of it. But what happens if an implement is neglected and develops some rust? Or what about that crusty, dirty relic of an unsuccessful camping trip you find at a garage sale?
Doesn't it feel good? It's warming up here in Southern California (well, it's always warm...but you know.) We hit the beach for the first time this year on St. Patrick's Day. Charlies' first time there and it was good. We...