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Old 01-21-2009, 09:28 PM
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Re: Rust removal

http://www.rustyiron.com/engines/ele...sis/index.html A good rust maker for smaller items or rust remover.

Here is a site with the commonly available rust treatment chemicals available in the US and how they work in a comparison testing.
http://ecologicarchitecture.com/Solo...rust/index.htm

http://www.derustit.com/ rust remover

http://www.picklex.com/ Picklex® process works on all steels including stainless steel, aluminum, galvanized steel etc. (ferrous & non-ferrous metal), providing better weldability, anti-spatter properties, very long-term indoor rust protection (in terms of few years), better adhesion with top coating and a long-term corrosion resistance, not found in other similar products. This process has no waste disposal, no waste treatment, no sludge, no monitoring and no concentration adjustment.

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