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What causes a refrigerator to rust on the outside?

The exteriors of most refrigerators are made of steel. When the metal bolts and other hardware oxidize after exposure to cleaning water or when chips in the enamel surface reveal the metal beneath, there is Rust. Is that correct? To remove rust stains, wipe it off with a cloth.

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