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Don W

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#1 posted 08-23-2016 10:12 PM

I suppose how concentrated the citric acid is has an effect, and I’ve noticed differences in different brands, but I’ve seen it happen in a couple hours. I’ve ruined a couple of blades pretty quickly, as I said, I never put blades in acid any more. I’m sure the quality of the steel plays a role.

I use the works once in a while to, but I also do it outside. I won’t use it in my shop. It’ll rust stuff 10 feet away.

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