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« on: April 24, 2018, 11:37:04 PM »
Rust is one of the constant issues I deal with. I found this technique a couple of years ago and am now using it in a 55gal plastic barrel (fits a coiled bandsaw blade). Removes paint and coatings as well as rust, but no base metal. The carbon deposited on the surface resists immediate re-rusting. I learned from this site (good write up here with pictures):

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Interesting use of electrolysis

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