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https://www.pepboys.com/product/details/206426/00739

Code: MMJ30

  • Removes rust quickly without scrubbing
  • No fumes or bad odors
  • Non-toxic
  • Non corrosive
  • Safe on skin and eyes
  • Non-flammable
  • No VOC's
  • Water soluble
  • Biodegradable
  • Contains no acids, bases or solvents

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I say a live demo of this from the inventor a few years ago. Absolutely amazing. he had some OLD beer cans (steel beer cans from the 1960s) that were completely rusted over and unreadable. After soaking in this stuff for a few hours, I could actually read the labels. worked on old tools, hardware too - very impressive.

Edit - notice in the video below that the guy is handling everything with bare hands. Very gentle.

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Found this video, seems like this stuff works well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsyAg77ljKE



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This stuff really is magic. Highly recommended.

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50% Water
50% Molasses

Make your own.

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Angryblues said:   50% Water
50% Molasses

Make your own.

Does that work? I've occasionally needed a small quantity of similar stuff to try.

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Evaporust works and that's a good price for it. You can also get it at HF and use the coupon, but it's more like 16 a gallon if I remember.

It's not magical - expect to leave the stuff in it overnight, at least. And IMHO I'd use it outside and handle with gloves, just to be on the safe side. It's definitely not just water and molasses, it converts the iron oxide to some other chemical. What I like to do is use the evaporust and then buff the no-longer-rusty metal to a high shine with the buffer.

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How does this work on surface rust that cannot be soaked?

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Difficult to use if you can't just drop something into it. I've got some rusted over railings that I wanted to use it on but the application would be too difficult and expensive to pull off.

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Great find! thanks

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Getting off topic but this is the link to the SDS for the product:

http://www.evapo-rust.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Evapo-Rust-...

appears to be 83% water and balance Proprietary non hazardous chelating agent and detergent.

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looosserama said:   How does this work on surface rust that cannot be soaked?
  
It's really not the right tool for that job, unfortunately.

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shaggymutt said:   
looosserama said:   How does this work on surface rust that cannot be soaked?
  
It's really not the right tool for that job, unfortunately.

  I will use this - Loctite 8-Ounce Extend Rust Neutralizerhttps://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001000VS0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o09_s...

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looosserama said:   How does this work on surface rust that cannot be soaked?
  Try using naval jelly, I've heard that's better for things that can't soak in a bucket.

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looosserama said:   How does this work on surface rust that cannot be soaked?
  What about using a paper towel or cloth rag, soaking it and letting it stay in contact with the metal? 

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