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  1. #1
    ericf (Guest)
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    Restoring rusty tools.

    Several years ago I inherited 3 generations of shop tools and equipment. What a legacy has been left by my uncles, grandfathers, and my own father! Many of the hand tools; planes, saws, etc. are very rusty (not all pitted). My question to the collective experience out there is what the best rust removal treatment or program might be suggested? I hope to restore most of these beauties back to as close to original as possible and use them as they were intended. Bring on the opinions! Experience builds knowledge.

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    jeff from pa (Guest)
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    RE: Restoring rusty tools.


  3. #3
    CeeBee
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    RE: Restoring rusty tools.

    umm....the link doesn't work for me. I have a couple of old hand tools that need restoring as well.... mostly rust and possibly some acid corrosion.

  4. #4
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    Gillette, Wyoming, United States of America.
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    RE: Restoring rusty tools.

    Here's a good description of using electolosis to remove rust. http://members.nbci.com/nlindsey/res...ectrolysis.htm

    Randy

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