Spring Cleaning - How to Clean Rusty Old Tools
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Spring Cleaning - How to Clean Rusty Old Tools

March 07, 2018 Dominic Vacchiano

Spring is approaching and that means so are your outdoor projects. Whether it’s home improvement or some nifty project you found on Pinterest, there’s 2 things you’re going to need; some elbow grease and your tools. The prior is all ready to go (That’s you!) but the latter may need some dusting off (or de-rusting). That’s where Eco-Reviver comes in. Don’t waste hours and hours of hard work trying to get off rust with no success. And don’t spend hundreds of dollars buying tools you already have. Eco Reviver offers the best of both worlds. We’ll show you how to have your tools in tip top shape in no time:

Step 1: Gather Items

There are only 3 things you need:

  1. Old tools that need cleaning
  2. Small bowl or bucket that the tool fits in
  3. Eco Reviver & complimentary brush

Now that you have all the necessary things, let’s get down to business and tackle those rusty tools.

Step 2: Fill Bowl with Eco Reviver

Take your Eco Reviver, and fill the bowl or bucket with enough so that the rusty or dirty part of the tool can be submerged. Eco Reviver is effective on a lot of different materials such as metal, wood and plastic, so almost any tool can be cleaned.

Step 3: Place Tool into Bowl

Place your old tool into the bowl, making sure the dirty or rusty part is fully submerged in the Eco Reviver solution. Eco Reviver is not harmful so it’s ok if it comes in contact with your skin. In order to get the best results make sure the parts you wish to clean are all the way in the bowl and submerged in Eco Reviver.

Step 4: Wait 24 Hours

Carry on with your daily activities and get everything else done that you need to. Let Eco Reviver do its magic (and all the work). No more sitting there for hours scrubbing away with nothing to show for, and definitely no more harmful chemicals that force you to wear gloves and glasses only to find out your tools have disintegrated. Eco Reviver combines the best of both worlds; effectiveness and safety. Set your alarm or make a mental note, and once the 24 hours are up move onto the last and final step.

Step 5: Remove the Tool and Brush Away with Ease

Remove the tool from the bowl, again no gloves required, and gently brush the rust and dirt away with ease. You can literally see the rust that has been removed in the bowl. The best part is, your tool is undamaged and ready to go. Now all that’s left is for you to go tackle that job you were putting off for so long (hopefully not too long).

You have the elbow grease, you have the rusty tools, now all you need is Eco Reviver. We are offering a limited time special where we give you an extra bottle and a wood scrub brush for free, hurry before our supply runs out. Eco Reviver is a safe multi-purpose cleaner so it can tackle any job around the house or yard.



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