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1-Gallon Evapo-Rust Original Super-Safe Rust Remover EXPIRED

sears4976 145 589 May 18, 2016 at 07:22 AM in Home & Home Improvement (5) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 05-18-2016 by brisar at 10:20 AM View Original Post
UPDATE: Walmart has matched the price.

Walmart.com has 1-Gallon Evapo-Rust The Original Super-Safe Rust Remover (ER012) on sale for $14.88 with free in-store pick up. Thanks sears4976 & vuacorona

Amazon.com has 1-Gallon Evapo-Rust The Original Super-Safe Rust Remover (ER012) on sale for $14.88. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more.
Update: Now expected to ship within 2-5 weeks.

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Edited May 19, 2016 at 06:20 AM by BostonGirl
All time low price on a really great rust Remover. 1 Gallon for $14.88 free prime shipping

http://www.amazon.com/Evapo-Rust-...PDKIKX0DER
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This stuff vs Apple Cider Vinegar:
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#4
Anyone use this particular brand? Recommended?
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#5
It's good stuff. It works slow and the liquid must be at room temp or higher for it to work at any rate. It doesn't smell and actually slowly evaporates so keep anything left over sealed tight. I use it on tools, plastic, and rubber without issue.
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#6
I'm a little rusty in the bar scene. Will this help?
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Quote from robuss76 View Post :
Anyone use this particular brand? Recommended?
Yes - at least in the woodworking community, this seems to be well-respected for cleaning/restoring old tools. There might be cheaper options (getting citric acid from a pool supply store and mixing up your own solutions), but this is a very reasonable price on a convenient, brand-name product. (For comparison - a quart of Evaporust is $6.72 at Walmart, and a gallon is ~$23 after coupons at Harbor Freight).
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#8
this stuff is amazing, i use it on tools and rusty parts/bolts on cars (after they are removed) the gallon is usually stupid expensive, roughly double this price or more.

as a note i just used these to refurb my e-brake small drum parts on my subie, as well as fix a bunch of my tools an idiot friend left out in the elements.
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After doing a soak can you filter the liquid and store it back in the jug, or is it pretty much done after a single session?
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This is good stuff--but as someone else above posted, it needs to be above 68 degrees, and actually the warmer it is, the faster it seems to work. I use mine in an ultrasonic machine for small parts and turn on the warmer there and check on it periodically.

I've tried both this and Metal Rescue and this stuff works better. This one doesn't tend to get moldy smelling/slimey after storing the used stuff for future use like Metal Resuce does. Keep reusing until it no longer works well then replace with new.

Remember to clearcoat or seal (rubbed oil) anything cleaned with this as they will tend to flash rust again in a few days in a humid environment.
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Quote from RugerRedhawk View Post :
After doing a soak can you filter the liquid and store it back in the jug, or is it pretty much done after a single session?
use it over and over... I have a couple of gallons sitting in a 5 gal pail and I've never cleaned/filtered it.
One thing I should mention, is it turns your bolts/metal dark grey making it take a bit longer to polish.
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#12
just use vinegar, its far cheaper per gallon, and easily removes rust.
Best if you soak the item in a container of it.
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would this work on the interior of a carbon steel grill?
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#14
Is this super safe enough to drink?
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#15
Walmart is very much same price with free pickup at store. I don't like Amazon because I don't have prime account and have to pay shipping.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Evapo-R...n/48810395
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