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Old 10-04-2010, 09:53 AM   #1
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DO THIS IN A VENTED AREA, DO NOT PUT A LID ON THIS. CREATES HYDROGEN

you need a pale or bucket of water.
arm n hammer washing soda or baking soda
car charger. (no float charger)
any kind of conductive piece of metal.

1 gallon of water to 1table spoon of washing soda.
stir it
put the rusted part in the water.
hook up the negative to the rusted junk.

hoop up the red clamp to an F22 balance shaft or screwdriver etc
and put that in the water...do not put the power red clamp itself in the water.

dont let the rust junk and metal electrode touch in the water.

usualy wait 2-3hrs depending on how bad the rust is.

small scale. you get the ida
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NH9Cd-g23kw


i have super bad rusted rear disc brakes that are in the process of soaking in a tubawear deal with 6 gallons...pics later
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Old 10-04-2010, 11:15 AM   #2
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Interesting, let us know how long it took and what you used to get the oxide off.
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Old 10-04-2010, 11:40 AM   #3
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Cool! I wanted to try this a few years ago, but, well, I'm lazy. Let us know how it turns out!
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Old 10-04-2010, 12:26 PM   #4
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Thats pretty good i may try this on some spare engine bolts.
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Old 10-04-2010, 12:31 PM   #5
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thats awesome! i wanna give it a try!
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Old 10-04-2010, 12:44 PM   #6
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Who says water and electricity can't coexist?
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That just says a whole bunch of scary **** about cola! HAHA Cool stuff though man!
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Makes me want a soda.



(hasn't had one in 6 years)
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Old 10-06-2010, 11:58 AM   #9
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Makes me want a soda.



(hasn't had one in 6 years)
That's quite an accomplishment.

< Addicted to soda.
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Old 10-06-2010, 12:42 PM   #10
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Cola?! He used water and BAKING soda
Doesn't make me thirsty!
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Makes me want a soda.



(hasn't had one in 6 years)
Dang,i drink it like water.
And need to stop....

This is pretty cool, i think im going to try it.

Guy above me, he used pop in the video at the end, and it made him want some, and now i do too....
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I was totally kidding. lol. The reason I quit drinking soda is because in my chemistry class in high school we cleaned rusty nails with it.
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Yea, shoulda known, haha! Soda = The Devil
It's my coffee for the morning (Dew) and I need help!
Sorry, done jackin the thread!
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I was totally kidding. lol. The reason I quit drinking soda is because in my chemistry class in high school we cleaned rusty nails with it.
Thats pretty bad.
Makes me wonder what other kind of crap im pouring into my body lol.
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Thats pretty bad.
Makes me wonder what other kind of crap im pouring into my body lol.
If you can't pronounce something in the ingredient list it means it's probably not good for you.

Or if you can't visualize it.
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I heard they use Coke to clean blood off roads. Not sure if it's true or not...
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If you can't pronounce something in the ingredient list it means it's probably not good for you.

Or if you can't visualize it.
That is very true...

To the guy above, really? I havent ever heard that.
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That is very true...

To the guy above, really? I havent ever heard that.
It was one of those things like "you know they use that to clean blood up off roads right?"

But no backing of it. But I would not doubt it.
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The "any piece of metal" has to be ferrous, meaning containing iron. This is easy, but I just know someone will try an aluminum cookie sheet or something and report poor results.

Also, the bigger the amperage charger, the better. Like a 6 amp is better than 2. Obviously, use a regular charger. Don't drop a 220v cord for your welder in the water.
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It was one of those things like "you know they use that to clean blood up off roads right?"

But no backing of it. But I would not doubt it.
Ah, got cha.
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The "any piece of metal" has to be ferrous, meaning containing iron. This is easy, but I just know someone will try an aluminum cookie sheet or something and report poor results.

Also, the bigger the amperage charger, the better. Like a 6 amp is better than 2. Obviously, use a regular charger. Don't drop a 220v cord for your welder in the water.
tim. we need to get a real big vat and longer garden hose and get sum kind of semi battery charger. so we can do all the suspension at once.
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