Which soda will remove rust the fastest?
it seems as if diet mount. dew is the best but you could try others because i only did a few.
Rust is the oxidation of iron to produce iron oxide (mostly Fe2O3). This process requires the presence of water and oxygen. All of the agents used (water, vinegar, soda, bleach) contain water. The bleach, however, is a much stronger oxidizing agent than the others, so rust will be faster. Bleach is essentially a solution of hypochlorite (HClO-).
If you go to any hardware store such as Home Depot or Lowes you can buy a can of rust remover. WD40 is good example of a rust remover. It is a simple spray. Lemon juice and baking soda are also simple household products that can help remove rust from metal. Cola soda is a good all round metal cleaner. It might take a bit longer than proprietary brands. Put the hinge in a bowl…
You are better off using a potato dipped in baking soda to remove rust. The phosphoric acid in some soft drinks does react with iron oxide to form iron phosphate: 2 H3PO4 + Fe2O3 → 2 FePO4 + 3 H2O But this doesn't remove the rust, it changes it to another compound with anti-corrosive properties, so a good rust neutraliser but not a good necessarily a rust remover (though some sources still say it is).
You are in the 7th grade and you are doing a science project on which soda will remove rust from a nail can anyone help you out with this project?
Natural Rust Removal Vinegar naturally cleans many materials, including rust-covered metals. To remove rust from metal objects (coins, silverware, jewelry, etc.), soak in undiluted vinegar (the standar 5% solution available in grocery stores works just fine) for as long as necessary before simply wiping or scrubbing the rust from the metal. Baking soda is another natural cleanser that removes rust. Create a thick paste by mixing baking soda with a small amount of water, then…