I need help

@Nevena83 (65287)
Serbia
November 18, 2020 11:24am CST
Good day friends My day was calm even today, but I am just getting ready to do my training. I feel lazy, so I've been telling myself for 3 hours now that I'm going to start exercising now, but I'm still here. I've been trying to clean the iron from rust all day. I don't know if it ever happened to anyone that the iron plate has rust. I have tried many things and I cannot solve them. I tried toothpaste, baking soda on vinegar and nothing, my iron still looks awful and leaves marks on the wardrobe. Do you have any advice?
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@DianneN (246458)
• United States
18 Nov 20
That never happened to me, because my irons are teflon coated. I hope you remove any water in your iron after ironing. Try Iron Out Rust and Stain Remover. We've used it on other things and it works.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
18 Nov 20
I only have an anti-grease in the house. I'll try to find something against the rust. Although I also have an anti-calculus remedy, I could try that as well.
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@DianneN (246458)
• United States
18 Nov 20
@Nevena83 Good luck!!!
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
18 Nov 20
@DianneN Thank you.
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@CarolDM (203482)
• Nashville, Tennessee
18 Nov 20
I don't iron any more and my old one has a coating. But there are rust removers you can buy. Some have used baking soda I have read.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
18 Nov 20
I have not heard that they have anti-rust agents. I'll have to look. I tried baking soda and it didn't work.
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@CarolDM (203482)
• Nashville, Tennessee
18 Nov 20
@Nevena83 Not sure what is available in your country.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
18 Nov 20
@CarolDM I'll have to ask at some store.
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@marlina (154184)
• Canada
18 Nov 20
Don't waste your time with that, just buy a new iron, they are not expensive
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
18 Nov 20
You're probably right, but I always tell myself I'll buy another iron and never buy it.
@JudyEv (321445)
• Rockingham, Australia
19 Nov 20
It sounds like you've tried all the things I would have suggested.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
20 Nov 20
Yes, I mostly found it on the internet, but I think I will still have to buy a new iron.
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@thelme55 (76152)
• Germany
18 Nov 20
I have no idea how to get rid of rust in the iron. I would buy a new one if I were you.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
18 Nov 20
I'll probably have to do that eventually.
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@GooglePlus (3807)
18 Nov 20
How damaged plate is ? I mean small part of rest can be taken care of these kinds of tricks . Please note it doesn't work in all cases. I would suggest See if that plate can be replaced. Before giving it to repair shop do check for prize required to get it repaired doesn't go beyond cost of a new iron.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
18 Nov 20
Where there are holes from which steam comes out, there is rust, and on the plate itself there is only glued ironing material.
@prinzcy (32327)
• Malaysia
19 Nov 20
All the stuff that you tried are the ones I wanted to suggest. I'm sorry, I can't help you there.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
20 Nov 20
Thanks anyway.
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@moffittjc (117676)
• Gainesville, Florida
19 Nov 20
I don't know if it is the same way in your country, but here in the US irons are so inexpensive that it would be easier to just buy a new one.
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@moffittjc (117676)
• Gainesville, Florida
23 Nov 20
@Nevena83 I just buy clothes that don't need ironing. That solved my problem. Now I don't need to buy an iron at all. haha
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
24 Nov 20
@moffittjc That's great. I don't have clothes like that.
@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
20 Nov 20
We have cheap irons here, I think the cheapest is around 12 euros, but I don't think they are too good, and I can't afford better ones.
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@pjmurphy (2500)
• United States
18 Nov 20
No advice for the iron except to take a break and do some exercise.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
18 Nov 20
You're right, that's what I did, so now I'm going to try something else with her.
@Shivram59 (30955)
• India
18 Nov 20
@Nevena83 I'm told about a special chemical that helps you clean the rust from iron.Tomorrow I will tell what it is called.I will ask my friend.
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@Shivram59 (30955)
• India
19 Nov 20
@Nevena83 My friend is now at his workplace.Let him be back,I'll ask him and tell you.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
18 Nov 20
Oh, thank you. Maybe that information will help me look for it here as well.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
20 Nov 20
@Shivram59 Thank you so much.
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@dya80dya (32343)
27 Nov 20
It's better to buy a new iron.
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@dya80dya (32343)
27 Nov 20
@Nevena83 This is the best you can do.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
27 Nov 20
@dya80dya Yes, I hope she will be good.
@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
27 Nov 20
You're right. I ordered a new iron today.
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@Moon24 (22396)
• Serbia
1 Dec 20
I also stoped to exercise. I am doing exercises sometimes.
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@Moon24 (22396)
• Serbia
1 Dec 20
@Nevena83 I stoped to go to the gym.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
3 Dec 20
@Moon24 Why?
@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
1 Dec 20
I haven’t trained for a couple of days and now it’s hard for me to get back into the routine.
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@sophie09 (34278)
• Indonesia
19 Nov 20
have you tried to look on youtube tutorials?
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
20 Nov 20
Yes, I've watched a lot, and I've mostly tried it, but there's one part about it being removed with an aspirin pill, but I haven't tried it yet.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
21 Nov 20
@sophie09 You are right, there is a lot of useful information there.
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@sophie09 (34278)
• Indonesia
20 Nov 20
@Nevena83 youtube has many successfull tutorials.
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@J3n4rA (264)
• Indonesia
18 Nov 20
Maybe you need to settle them overnight then rinse them in the next day
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
18 Nov 20
I left the toothpaste on the plate for a few hours, so I will now see if it worked.
@m_audrey6788 (58487)
• Germany
19 Nov 20
Try buying a rust remover liquid. I just don`t know if it is available there.
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• Germany
21 Nov 20
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
20 Nov 20
I believe it is, but I didn't remember it. I'll have to ask in some stores.
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• Midland, Michigan
22 Nov 20
It sounds like you're water is the problem. Here many use distilled water in their irons but you may not have that there?
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
22 Nov 20
We have it, but I don't use it.
@sol_cee (38224)
• Philippines
19 Nov 20
If you have paracetamol at home, try heating your iron then with a tweezer, rub the paracetamol on the rusty part. Wipe clean with cloth.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
20 Nov 20
Oh yeah, I’ve watched it really give results, but I don’t have paracetamol right now.
@Hannihar (128834)
• Israel
19 Nov 20
@Nevena83 I am sorry I do not have that problem. It sounds like you tried lots of things. Did you look online to see if they have something you can do?
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@Hannihar (128834)
• Israel
22 Nov 20
@Nevena83 Probably a good idea to buy a new one.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
20 Nov 20
Yes, I tried a lot of things, but nothing helped, I think I will buy a new iron.
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@ShifaLk (17817)
• India
20 Nov 20
I think nothing will work.. Try rubbing with a sandpaper maybe it helps And i have heard that tomato ketchup works well too. Not sure though
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
20 Nov 20
And I think I will eventually buy a new one. I haven't heard of ketchup, but I have to try it.
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• Philippines
19 Nov 20
Sorry, I have no idea. I have stopped using iron many years ago.
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• Philippines
22 Nov 20
@Nevena83 Not anymore. Unless it's very necessary
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
22 Nov 20
@freelancermariagrace Oh, that's great.
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@Nevena83 (65287)
• Serbia
20 Nov 20
Really? Does that mean you don't iron?
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