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The following is the process I used to remove rust from the inside of a motorcycle gas tank. All the information herein can be (and was) found on ...
What you need: - A gas tank with rusty innards - Some Arm & Hammer Super Washing Soda - A sacrificial anode made of steel (but not stainless) ...
The sacrificial anode must not come into contact with the gas tank. The anode itself is a piece of steel rod formerly used to hold up a plant ...
Fill up the bucket with enough water to fill the gas tank. For every gallon, add a tablespoon of of the Arm & Hammer Super Washing Soda. Adding ...
Attach the negative lead from the battery charger to the tank. Attach the positive lead to your sacrificial anode. Turn on the charger. I dialed mine to the ...
In between electrolysis sessions I would extract the sacrificial anode and clean it. Basically knock off the accumulated rust, dry it and sand it down a bit to ...
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