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One of my upstairs neighbors axed me to walk her dog, my bud, tomorrow while she's away. She took me to her apartment to show me how to diaper him and where she keeps his treats. Outside of her door was a rusty dishwasher. She said it worked ok, but she didn't care for the pressure. I'm thinking *maybe* it might be clogged some with lime and rust. She said I could have it. I'm thunking Citric acid might clean it up or maybe a cup of white vinegar, a couple times. The outside rust is cosmetic - I dink (pretty sure) I can address that pretty effectively. How would you address the rust/lime buildup inside?

Thanks,
Bob
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