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About 8-12 months past, someone posted
a great rust remover product...
Wondering if anyone can direct me to that
posting/product? :nerd:
 

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That stuff Jay Leno uses is probably what you saw. Frank used it on several parts on his '84 and it worked pretty well. Maybe if you PM him (Pegasus) he'll tell you what it's called and where to get some.
 

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Like vinegar but part must be submerged.
 

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Be very wary of the Quick-Glo. I jumped on that ship and it sank quickly. I now have fine scratches all over my chrome! I did use it on the aluminum rims and it worked well, but stay away from shiny stuff. I’m glad I didn’t use it on my mirrors.


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Be very wary of the Quick-Glo. I jumped on that ship and it sank quickly. I now have fine scratches all over my chrome! I did use it on the aluminum rims and it worked well, but stay away from shiny stuff. I’m glad I didn’t use it on my mirrors.


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Yep at first glance going to your nearest volcano, getting some lava (You may want to let it cool first):surprise:, grinding it up and using it as a polish seems like a great idea.:grin3:
 

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rust remover

I think this is what you remember seeing, you will need the smallest size container I am sure.

http://strongarmsprays.com/
The USA fluid is what i am look'n for.. i have a big-big job to do removing rust on my rv propane tank..... thank's each :wink2:
 

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Vinegar will do that and it’s cheap,let is set a week and rinse and paint fast or it will rust again.
Or sandblast.
 
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