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Rusty cookie cutters

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Unfortunately I just noticed that a few of my cookie cutters have rust on them. I guess I didn't get all the water off of them last time I washed them. Just wondering if they are still safe to use after I get the rust off of them? If so how should I get the rust off of them?

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Google might have some suggestions using food safe items you may have at home.

I was taught to add a little cornstarch to the base of the cutters to prevent rusting. If you store them in their containers or lets say a platic bin just coat the bottom of the bin generously and place the cutters in.
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Good to know! Thanks for sharing rhe cornstarch tip!
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Use crumpled aluminum foil to abrade the rust off.

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