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Rust Removal Using Electrolysis

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Rust Removal Using Electrolysis

Post by RAB on Mon May 16 2011, 07:14

Hi all,

thought this may be of use.

http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/andyspatch/rust.htm#top

Ive never actually used this idea but ive seen it done and it makes a good job.

Paul

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Re: Rust Removal Using Electrolysis

Post by JONESEY on Mon May 16 2011, 07:22

You have been busy thanks for posting Smile
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Re: Rust Removal Using Electrolysis

Post by mike d on Mon May 16 2011, 22:27

HI PAUL....
thanks for all that info,theres a lot of it to read through,sounds like i mite have to have a go at ti myself.. lol! lol!
so if you dont here from me for a while you know it went wrong... lol! lol!
i also noticed that they use soda crystals as well,as did the other item you posted
it would seem it has a lot more uses than we mite first have thought..
what else are you going to come up with that needs soda crystals as an ingredients.. lol! lol!
you certainly do a lot of research on things for the forum..
and i think i can speak for all of us when i say we all appreciate it mate,so keep up the good work...
regards...mike...

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Re: Rust Removal Using Electrolysis

Post by BRASSO on Mon May 16 2011, 22:33

Very interesting, I like the sound of this and may well give it a try some time.

regards

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Re: Rust Removal Using Electrolysis

Post by Foden on Mon May 16 2011, 22:47

I have used Soda Crystals and the process worked quite well, I derusted an old starting handle a couple of years ago and it cleared most of the rust. Make sure that you have the wires the right way round though or the piece will slowly errode away!

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