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Homemade Electrolysis Rust Remover

Electrolysis Rust Remover
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Homemade electrolytic rust remover utilizing a 12-volt battery charger. Washing soda is mixed with water to form a solution. The solution is then poured into a bucket lined with steel wires. Rusted parts are suspended in the solution for de-rusting. Leads are connected to the setup and the charger is set to 2 amps.
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