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Promoted 06-11-2016 by johnny_miller at 09:23 PM View Original Post
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 NCSU2008

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.

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Edited June 11, 2016 at 07:21 PM by widgit
I just ordered some 3 days ago to clean up some junkyard calipers/brackets. The going rate is around 22.99, amazon had it at that price with prime, so I went with amazon

I guess Walmart rolled it back to 14.88(from 22.99 also), so Amazon price matched it

Obscure item for sure, but if anyone was looking into purchasing, perhaps I can save them some money

amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...PDKIKX0DER

walmart link: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Evapo-R...ethod=p13n
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I hope this answers all future "will this work on" questions: if your rusty item can be submerged in the liquid, this will work on it. Fill up a bucket or a pan with this and drop the item in (tools, bolts etc) and let it sit overnight or so and it will come out spotless. If you can't submerge your item because of its size and hope to just brush it on, it won't work. It needs to soak submerged in the liquid.

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Anyone know whether it is okay to try this on a car wheel? One of mine got rusty because of salt and can't get rid of it. I'm trying to sell it and the rust is single handedly pulling down the price up to $1k.
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Anyone know whether it is okay to try this on a car wheel? One of mine got rusty because of salt and can't get rid of it. I'm trying to sell it and the rust is single handedly pulling down the price up to $1k.

Should work fine but you will need to submerse the rusted portions completely - and for awhile. Weeks maybe.


Thanks OP, got one gallon the last time (recently) it was this low but didn't realize just how far that went in a big bin - not far. Need to de-rust a bunch of SS grill parts. Picked up 2 more.
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what's the difference between this and the diy at home concoction... with baking soda? not trying to be negative. I'm actually interested if anyone has ever compared making something vs buying a product to remove rust and how effective it is in terms of cost and quality.
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Thanks OP, got one gallon the last time (recently) it was this low but didn't realize just how far that went in a big bin - not far. Need to de-rust a bunch of SS grill parts. Picked up 2 more.
actually the reason i looked it up again today. didn't think i'd need more than a gallon. just searched and noticed it went front page less than a month ago at same price
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FWIW: Citric Acid also removes rust and is safe. Could even pour it out on the lawn or garden afterwards. As an example: this 5lb bag is about the same price as the rust remover https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000OZFECU
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how well does this work on a rusted bike?
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I hope this answers all future "will this work on" questions: if your rusty item can be submerged in the liquid, this will work on it. Fill up a bucket or a pan with this and drop the item in (tools, bolts etc) and let it sit overnight or so and it will come out spotless. If you can't submerge your item because of its size and hope to just brush it on, it won't work. It needs to soak submerged in the liquid.
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also, is this toxic? can you just pour it down the drain or is it more troublesome to get rid of than that.
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Quote from rychastings View Post :
also, is this toxic? can you just pour it down the drain or is it more troublesome to get rid of than that.
Website says "(You can usually dispose of it down your drain too.)"
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Same price on Amazon
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You don't really need to submerge the part in the liquid; you can wet some paper towels and lay them on the rusted part and then cover the with plastic bag to the liquid from evaporating. Just make sure to lay the part flat to so that all of evaporust stays on the rusted area. This is the minimum waste method.
If you do end up submerge the part in it, the remaining liquid can be reused several more times. The label lists how to reuse. The label also mentions that it is non toxic.
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Quote from leopold815 View Post :
Same price on Amazon
Thats where i got it. I posted both links cause a lot of times with slick deals, the amazon route expires while walmart stays alive
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If you're handy with electricity, water, and not shocking the f out of yourself, you can remote rust sans chemicals using electrolysis
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