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    Check out West Marine...they have several rust removers for marine application...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I saw a guy on youtube that used electricity and a bucket and it was crazy how well it performed. I'll try to find the video.

    Not the same video, but something like this:

    My brother has done that with a few things. Itís crazy how well it works.

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    Rust Remover Solution?

    Quote Originally Posted by MSJKU11 View Post
    Evaporust is a good one. I think WD-40 makes one too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post
    Evaporust works pretty well. Iím always salvaging old tools and junk with it. Toss rusty junk in a bucket and cover it over night. Most if not all rust will be at the bottom of the bucket the next day.
    I have two Evaporust recommendations, (three if you count a text from a friend), and one vote for possible electrocution. Looks like I may try Evaporust.

    Thanks, everyone.


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    That electrolysis vid was really cool. Even converting baking soda into non baking soda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    I have two Evaporust recommendations, (three if you count a text from a friend), and one vote for possible electrocution. Looks like I may try Evaporust.

    Thanks, everyone.


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    Might be difficult to electrocute oneself with a nine volt battery...but a seriously good tingling sensation might be welcome...depending upon where of course...

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    Quote Originally Posted by trailraider View Post
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    Didn't Hinrich clean up his coilovers using a homemade electrolysis setup a couple years ago? Came out pretty nice IIRC
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    If itís just surface rust on things like tools etc. thereís a cheap product called evapo rust you just submerge your junk in and leave it for a day or two. If itís like rust rust and flaky holes it doesnít do much.


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    Rust Remover Solution?

    You can use vinegar itís works takes a little while but works. So I guess is how fast do you need it.


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