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I have tried everything when it comes to rust removal. Chemicals make your shop smell funny, and can destroy a concrete floor. Sand blasting turns your workspace into ...
We'll start by finding an appropriat brick to be restored. This one as you can see is to fare gone to be restored. Lets try an other one ...
That's better, this one is in much better shape. It still has the general shape of the tool and will clean up nicely. Some of the screws and ...
If you have the money to go out and buy the bead blasting equipment, or expensive, poisonous chemicals to "profeshonaly" clean this thing maybe you have enough money ...
One note of caution. Get a container MUCH biger than you think you will need. I garantee you will always need a bigger container than what you think. ...
Now comes the hard part. Drop the brick in the vinegar and leave it alone. Let it sit for at least four hours, but if you don't mind ...
Now for the part thats so simple, a dishwasher can do it. Grab some steel wool, or even better a green brillo pad and go to town on the ...
When you're done this is what it should look like. Its not hard, but it takes some time for the vinegar to do it's job. This isn't the ...
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