How Do I Get Rid Of Rust On My Melon Baller

Written By A Special Writer : Your One and Only, Amazing, Awesome Tech – Hardware FOOD Expert and Guru….. Mr. Efrain E. Silva! ( Woot Woot! )

We all clean our toys, our cars, our homes, our kitchens ( heck, even ourselves, if you want to go that far, he he heh heh ) —- but why do we forget to clean our melon – ballers? Well, some of us do, I will add. But for those who do not, or simply have a harder time getting rid of that rust and really getting to the nitty gritty with the cleaning, then read this. It ought to give you some tips….

So first of all, I would like to just mention to you all that your baller’s likely made of metal. And if it’s not, then do me ( and yourself, of course, he he he heh ) a solid favor and get rid of it. Because if such is the case, then it’s a very cheap, basic one that can break and isn’t serious about holding your melon – balls together and uniform, all in all…. you probably got it at the dollar store or something like that, right? He heh. Pay more to get something better, and I promise you that you will thank me for saying that.

So what we really need to ask ourselves, then, is if the melon – baller and its central scoop / spoon are made of metal or solid steel? Assuming they are, you can then proceed to ask yourself the very next question, which is : Am I asking the right question? Now, here is what I mean by that, before you start scratching your head, my dear friend…. in other words, should I ask how to clean rust off my melon – baller OR how to clean rust off metal, in general? Because THAT is what you need to ask, and the same general principle applies here. So I will show you how to get rid of the rust on that metal, stainless – steel, gorgeously elegant ( he heh heh ) melon – baller you own…..

First off, rinse off the baller with some warm – like tap. Turn on the faucet and let it run! Then soak it off a bit or shake it dry. Now it’s time to dust things off, and it’s time to do so by using baking soda ( making sure you have first covered up those rustier areas I have mentioned, of course ) , which will, in turn ( heads up, he he heh ) end up sticking itself to those dampened parts of the baller. Don’t worry about that.

Then just let things sit for like an hour. Go do something else. Take your mind off it.

Then, after the hour’s up, use a metal brush to scour things up. Get rid of even all rust that’s right down to that metal. Rinse again. Dry again, with a towel.