The fountain of youth for metal. I show how I turned back the hands of time to remove surface rust from many of my 74 Nova parts during the restoration. The pics are just some of the many parts I rejuvinated with this product and process.
rust chemicals compared, phosphoric acid vs deoxidene vs vinegar vs mag wheel cleaner
One piece of sheet metal with fresh surface rust is cut up to be treated
with a range of chemicals. The rust is treated with five minutes of
scrubbing with a fibre brush. chemicals used are white vinegar, Deoxidene
containing phosphoric acid, and mag wheel cleaner. I also performed the
five minute brush scrub with water so we could see how much the chemical
enhances the rust removal.
3M DIY - REMOVING SURFACE RUST
Step by step guide to remove surface rust with 3M Body Repair products.
For more information visit http://www.carbodyrepair.com.au
How To Remove Rust: Treating & Preventing Rust on R&D Corner from Eastwood
BUY Rust Encapsulator: http://www.eastwood.com/rust-encapsulator.html
BUY Internal Frame Coat:
BUY Rust Converter: http://www.eastwood.com/eastwood-rust-converter.html
BUY Rubberized Rust Encapsulator:
BUY Rubberized Undercoating:
BUY Fast Etch: http://www.eastwood.com/eastwood-s-fast-etch.html
BUY Rust Dissolver: http://www.eastwood.com/ew-rust-dissolver-qt.html
BUY Gel Rust Dissolver:
BUY Rust Brushes:
BUY Stripping Discs: http://www.eastwood.com/cleaning-disc-4-1-2.html
BUY Heavy Duty Anti-Rust:
Stop rust in its tracks!
It's easy to use. Just remove any loose rust and wax, oil or grease. Then
brush Rust Encapsulator on (if you prefer, thin up to 20% with lacquer
thinner and spray)
It seals and stops rust and corrosion from spreading. Use over or under
Rust Encapsulator is a great primer for floor pans and other under-body
parts. It fills tiny pin-holes and surface irregularities, and is
compatible with lacquer, enamel and urethane top coats (including Eastwood
For the absolute ultimate rust remedy, first brush or spray on Eastwood
Rust Converter, then prime with Rust Encapsulator
Available in black, red, and silver
Rust Converter stops residual rust, and turns it into a black, protective,
ready-to-paint coating, without sanding
Eastwood's own high-tech formula converts rust into a protective polymeric
coating that's ready to go as a primer, and is compatible with most top
coats. That new protective coating will also seal the surface against
moisture to prevent future rust growth.
Just apply to transform the rust
Penetrates faster than other
No mixing needed
"Rubberized" Rust Encapsulator stays flexible as it stops rust in its
Eastwood's Rubberized Rust Encapsulator is the flexible version of our
high-performance Rust Encapsulator coating that applies directly over rust
or bare metal to provide long-term corrosion protection.
Flexible finish protects surfaces from abrasions, and deadens sound
Epoxy-fortified for better adhesion and durability
Withstands up to 250°F
One aerosol covers about 10 square feet
Proper automotive rust repair
A quick video that follows a rust repair I did on my daughter's car. The
right way of dealing with rust is cutting it out and welding new metal in,
no other method will yield any lasting repair. And no, rust can not be
neutralized completely on a car, there are just too many places you can't
reach... No miracle product, no shortcuts....its just a long process...
Don't ask about price, I don't do those kinds of repairs commercially,
there is just no way to make money with those at a fixed price...
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more information. We also remove bottom paint from boats, graffiti, mold
and smoke damage.
Using citric acid for rust removal
Citric acid can be bought from drugstore (they use it in jelly or such to
adjust acidity) but it is very expensive there. Therefore Finnish rodders
buy it from some agriculture-store. It is not expensive. Officially it is
used as pigs obstruent! I dipped those parts in citric acid for overnight,
next day brushed it with wirebrush and flushed it with water. Then again
back to citric acid over night and wirebrushed + flushed it next day.
Flushing is important, you'll want to get all acid away, otherwise steel
will turn to yellow.
You can't use this method on all parts because of hydrogen embrittlement.
So no pedals, frames, brake drums, engine blocks or such to citric acid!!!
And yeah, parts should be clean -I've cleaned 'em with fuel- because grease
will neutralize acid. Ratio was 3%
Parts must be dried soon as you get them flushed, I quess you guys know
Music on the background:
Junior Brown; "Sugarfoot Rag"