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#1 posted 08-25-2009 01:49 PM

One note I would add to Nicholas’ comment is that while salt would work it will give off chlorine gas which is highly toxic and corrosive. Use baking soda instead of table salt. The only problem I have with the electrolysis method is that, while it removes the rust, it leaves a black deposit on the surface of the iron.

Another method that works pretty well is Evaporust. It can be bought at any automotive store or in gallon quantities from Evaporust.com for $21.00 per gallon plus shipping. It works pretty well at rust removal and there have been reviews posted here.

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