Okay, I have a wee dilemma. My chinese hamster`s cage (Gabber Rex) arrived off ebay this afternoon and I have managed to use a brillo pad on the base which had some rust marks which bled onto it when the lid was up-turned into the base and the barred grid rusted up. :roll:
At the moment, I have the lid up-turned inside the base outside soaking in some warm water an sugar soap. This done a fine job on the cage base, but because the upper lid is clear perspex, I can`t use anything abrassive to remove the rust coloured residue.
Any ideas? The barred grid is terribly rusty, so I will need to sand paper that tomorrow. The grid is already chrome, so once the rust is removed, it will just be back to it`s original silver/chrome colour.