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ELECTROLYSIS RUST REMOVAL

An easy and relatively safe method of rust removal is the use of electrolysis. It involves a few common items that can be scrounged or bought quite cheaply.

Parts needed:

**Caution** Hydrogen gas reacts explosively with oxygen (in the presence of heat) to produce water vapor. Take Michael Sullivan's advise seriously about shutting down the power before adjusting/removing the electrodes.

If you are using electrolysis to remove rust...and have a considerable broth of bubbles...be very cautious. That broth is not the place to discard a glowing cigarette ember, lit match...or any other spark. Be warned...!!

 


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