Use Safe Low-Voltage Electricity To Easily and Effectively Remove Rust From Iron & Steel Without Using Harsh Chemicals, Destructive Grinding or Sandblasting.
A bout five years ago I ran across an obscure article on the Internet which briefly described how a little known process using a safe, low voltage electric current in an aqueous solution of washing soda (sodium carbonate) could remove rust almost“magically”.
B ut what really got my attention was the fact that this procedure didn’t use any toxic or dangerous chemicals and would therefore be safe for me, my family and the environment, if done correctly. And as a bonus, the process was also extremely “gentle to the metal”.
D uring my research and experimentation with this process I discovered that many of the enthusiasts that embraced this magical rust removal process, as the “ultimate rust removal system”, were in some instances using it in dangerous and sometimes “life threatening” ways.
J ust as the family automobile, utilized in a safe and responsible manner, provides us with pleasurable and relatively inexpensive transportation; that same automobile, used in a reckless manner, can become a projectile of death. A similar parallel can be drawn with the electrolysis rust removal process. It was the potential dangers of using this system in an unsafe manner that primarily motivated me to write this manual.
I n the manual we will reveal the one piece of equipment that is left out of most of the systems that are cobbled together and shown on the Internet. The addition of this one component can contribute to a system that will operate nearly twice as efficiently as one without this part.
A dditionally, there is another key component of Electrolysis Rust Removal; that if you use the wrong type of material for that component you could harm yourself as well as the environment. The manual specifically instructs you on the correct materials to use in your system.
E lectrolysis Rust Removal really is the “silver bullet solution” to efficient, clean, inexpensive and, now with our comprehensive manual, an extremely safe way to remove rust from steel and iron objects large or small.
W hile the Electrolytic rust removal system has been around for some time, it’s still probably one of the least-known methods of rust removal. The electrolysis principle is responsible for giving us everything from gold and chrome plated metals to fuel cell technology. This technology certainly is not a new idea, as people have known about electrolysis for hundreds, if not thousands of years.
U nlike other chemically caustic or mechanically abrasive techniques, this process doesn’t generate a toxic chemical aftermath, dangerous airborne particulate or reduce or alter the unrusted metal.
T hose that have used the electrolytic rust removal system for the first time are often amazed at how easily components disassemble after the de-rusting treatment. Hobbyists that have tackled large restoration projects on vintage automobiles, old tractors and the like will appreciate the absence of skinned knuckles and broken bolts; which previously was accepted as “part of the restoration process”.
E lectrolysis works equally as well on smaller items. For years now, restorers who work with delicate objects like clocks and antique tools, precious artifacts or museum quality items have very effectively removed rust from their intricate steel or iron mechanisms using the efficient, yet gentle de-rusting properties of electrolysis.
W hat a benefit this is for a part that is to be painted or powder-coated. With the electrolysis process you are absolutely certain that 100% of the rust has been removed from the metal’s surface. This is in stark contrast to other methods that leave small amounts of rust, which many times, will raise its ugly head a month or a year later by continuing to rust under the painted surface.
A s previously mentioned, Electrolysis Rust Removal is one of the least expensive, if not the least expensive way to remove rust, once you have obtained the necessary equipment. In truth, you probably have many of the items you need for the process in your garage, kitchen and laundry room.
I n short, electrolysis is an inexpensive, very effective yet gentle way of removing rust from steel and iron objects. This manual will provide all of the information and tools needed to use this “almost magic” procedure and you will be doing it with the confidence that you, your family and the environment will be safe in the process.
I n general, any type of rusted cast iron or steel object is a legitimate candidate for the electrolytic rust removal process, whether it is a two-hundred year old antique cannon ball or the rusty key from your Grandmother’s hope chest. Below, are listed just a few of the many possibilities for Electrolytic Rust Removal.
I n actuality, the list of potential rusted items that could benefit from the very effective yet gentle rust removal process of electrolysis is too long to list. You will soon discover that this procedure is indeed, the “silver bullet” solution to safe and efficient rust removal.
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