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1-Gallon Evapo-Rust Water-Based & Non-Toxic Rust Remover

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Amazon.com has 1-Gallon Evapo-Rust Water-Based & Non-Toxic Rust Remover on sale for $15.36. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+.

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About this Product:
  • This Rust Remover is environmentally-safe water-based product that removes rust in minutes, without scrubbing or sanding
  • Safe for use on; cast iron cookware, grill grates, antiques, tools, auto parts, clocks, sewing machines, toys and more

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  • This Highly rated Rust Cleaner receives 4.6 stars out of 5 stars based on over 4,500 customer reviews.
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  • Our research indicates that after 2 merchants above, 1-Gallon Evapo-Rust Water-Based & Non-Toxic Rust Remover is $3.86 less (20.08% Savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $19.22 (shipping excluded)
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Lowest price I have ever seen . Wonderful product, especially for old motorcycle or bike chains .. Works on anything that has rust .

https://www.amazon.com/Evapo-Rust...B00M0TLQ66

One Gallon Rust Remover is environmentally-safe water-based product that removes rust in minutes, without scrubbing or sanding
Non-toxic, Biodegradable, Non-corrosive, Safe on skin and eyes, No fumes or bad odors, Contains no acids, bases, solvents, or VOCs
Requires no special equipment (gloves, protective eyewear, masks) and will not harm unrusted steel or affect plastic, PVC, Viton and most paints
Safe for use on; cast iron cookware, grill grates, antiques, tools, auto parts, clocks, sewing machines, toys and more
Since Evapo-Rust Super Safe Rust Remover is reusable, one gallon de-rusts up to 300 lbs. of steel
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You can't do this with Vinegar , diesel , or anything else .
I hope the attachments worked .
I bought two gallons of this stuff last time it was on sale and paid $16.85/gal. I used it to clean up a bunch of hand tools and it works great and can be reused. Just submerge the tools and come back in a few days and rinse them off and/or hit them with some 0000 steel wool. I cleaned up a rusty set of Snap-on punch and chisels that I made a few hundred dollars on. This product will take rust off guns but it will also remove the bluing.
This stuff is great. Check out Project Farm on Youtube for rust remover comparisons.

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Diesel fuel does the job, but is anything but environmentally friendly, etc. Does Evaporust work as well as diesel?
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Just use distilled white vinegar. cheap and works good. Ive used it to clean many gas tanks out.
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Just use distilled white vinegar. cheap and works good. Ive used it to clean many gas tanks out.
I use apple cider vinegar. Not sure if it works any differently than white, it's just what I'm familiar with.

As for Evaporust at this price its a little cheaper than parts washer solution... wondering if I can toss some of this in with the mix
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I bought two gallons of this stuff last time it was on sale and paid $16.85/gal. I used it to clean up a bunch of hand tools and it works great and can be reused. Just submerge the tools and come back in a few days and rinse them off and/or hit them with some 0000 steel wool. I cleaned up a rusty set of Snap-on punch and chisels that I made a few hundred dollars on. This product will take rust off guns but it will also remove the bluing.
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You can't do this with Vinegar , diesel , or anything else .
I hope the attachments worked .
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This stuff is great. Check out Project Farm on Youtube for rust remover comparisons.
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I've got a rusty generator I need to clean up. Can't soak it in this, obviously, but I'm wondering if direct application might work. Also what sort of applicator would you recommend?

TIA
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In for 2 again. This stuff is great!
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I've got a rusty generator I need to clean up. Can't soak it in this, obviously, but I'm wondering if direct application might work. Also what sort of applicator would you recommend?

TIA
I have and old wood stove, wondering the same thing?
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I bought two gallons of this stuff last time it was on sale and paid $16.85/gal. I used it to clean up a bunch of hand tools and it works great and can be reused. Just submerge the tools and come back in a few days and rinse them off and/or hit them with some 0000 steel wool. I cleaned up a rusty set of Snap-on punch and chisels that I made a few hundred dollars on. This product will take rust off guns but it will also remove the bluing.
Ultrasonic cleaners speed the process up a TON. never pour directly into the tub though....not sure if it's flammable but the residue would be a pain to clean. I use old plastic containers filled to the same height as the water bath.
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It's been this price, bought it 12/14/20. It's $1 cheaper at Pepboys, but didn't feel like driving there.
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Can't believe how much some people spend on products like this. Rust removal by electrolysis works like a champ, is more environmentally friendly, and is cheaper.

Consumables:
rebar
washing soda
electricity

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54ADeB6V1rQ

Only downside is you can't do it on objects that are too big for your largest bucket/tub (no, not bathtub, you don't want to do it there).
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