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    Default Any tips for getting rust off stroller

    We just bought a used MBUS and there are some rust spots on it. Would like to get it looking new. Anyone have luck getting rust off a stroller before? What products/techniques did you use?

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    if you mean off the fabric/canvas/nylon I'd try whink. My mom swears by it.
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    No, I mean off the wheels/aluminum frame

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    I am unable to see that post since I don't belong to the yahoo group

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    Will Mr Metal work on that? I did clean off rusted metal parts on my Graco with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamileer View Post
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    If you sign up you can read it.
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    I have never used it but I remember my Dad recommending "Naval Jelly" for getting rust off of I don't remember what...
    Google it & there's lots of info. HTH!

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    If it is mild, WD 40 will work. I have also heard of people using steel wool--like those SOS pads.
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