How to Get Rust Off Car Rims

Rust on car rims.

Rusted car rims look terrible, and they can end up costing you quite a bit of money. If you’re tired of replacing your rims and fighting rust every season, you’re in the right place. Removing rust can be done with … |READ MORE|

How to Remove Rust From Car Doors

Rusty door on a vintage car.

Rust can be found anywhere with enough oxygen and moisture. Cars are often treated to prevent rust, but it’ll still show up eventually. The hinges, side panels, and lower portion of the car door are especially susceptible to rust. Fortunately, … |READ MORE|

How to Clean Rusty Coins

Old rusty coins.

Coin collecting is one of the oldest hobbies in the world and is as valuable as collecting and restoring ancient paintings and art. Just like old artifacts, coin collecting also requires restoring old and valuable coins. All coins should be … |READ MORE|

Does Silver Rust or Tarnish?

Jewelry made of silver.

Even the brightest silver will change with time, losing its brilliant gleam as it turns to an almost solid black. Some people take this transformation as the rusting of silver, but that isn’t the case. Silver doesn’t rust, it tarnishes. … |READ MORE|

Does Zinc Rust or Corrode?

Zinc galvanized bike racks.

Zinc is a metal. That means it must rust, right? Zinc doesn’t rust, but it does corrode. Rust only occurs in metals that have iron in them, whereas corrosion can occur in many types of metal. Corrosion occurs when metal … |READ MORE|

How to Remove Rust From a Motorcycle Frame

Removin rust from a motorcycle in a garage.

Rust can be unsightly, unwanted, and even cause damage to your beloved motorcycle. Unfortunately, rust formation is inevitable. Given enough time, any iron mass will accumulate rust. While rust accumulation on your motorcycle frame is inevitable, it is completely treatable. … |READ MORE|