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    Found a rust removal method on Youtube

    I found this while trying to remove rust from an old shoe horn...



    While it applies to auto parts, hey, may work for some antiques and take a lot less to do so.


    Paul

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    Re: Found a rust removal method on Youtube


    Yes, it's called electrolysis!

    There's also an old coin cleaning method using washing soda but every time I see it posted on here people are using baking soda!

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    Re: Found a rust removal method on Youtube

    i use iodized salt

    & Hydrogen ? LOL I do it right here at my desk
    of course I Use a Cell phone charger

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    Re: Found a rust removal method on Youtube

    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Patch

    Yes, it's called electrolysis!

    So that's electrolysis! I had no idea

    There's also an old coin cleaning method using washing soda but every time I see it posted on here people are using baking soda!
    LOL. There is quite a difference and the alkaline level is much higher. I think we have washing soda at our store and will pick some up. I also have a battery charger I found baking soda with vinegar will mess up coins very badly or can and honestly any time I've tried baking soda for any cleaning, it hasn't done a very good job.

    Paul

 

 

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