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Unread 11-25-2012, 07:46 PM
Spokes Spokes is offline
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Default Great Rust Remover Product

I have been blown away by a new product I had tried from the local auto parts store. It's called Evapo-Rust. pH neutral, no fumes. One just soaks your rusty parts for 12 to 24 hrs and the part comes out clean-It does not damage aluminum, brass or copper. I soak my carbs in damage!

If you have a large part just wrap a soaked rag around the part and wrap it in plastic wrap for 24 hrs.

I have preached acids and techniques for years for removing rust. I am now a old dog with a new trick
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Unread 12-03-2012, 07:16 AM
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Very good to hear of another amazing tool for restoring. I'll keep my eyes peeled for some.
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Unread 12-07-2012, 06:10 AM
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I started using this product this earlier this year and it is fantastic. At first i had to order it from Fastenal but i'm finding more locations that stock it readily. One thing to keep in mind, they also warn about it on their website, is that any paints or finishes that contain iron (i.e. red paints) will be stripped off. I tested that on my CL70 on an obscure part and it started to eat through the paint.
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