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  • Furballs commented on ToolNut's instructable Electrolytic Rust Removal aka Magic2 years ago
    Electrolytic Rust Removal aka Magic

    Would I be able to use a 24 V battery charger from an electric scooter for this? The charger plugs into a wall outlet with a grounded plug. Then it has a wire at one end with a small round plug that was pushed into a round port on the scooter. It's dead easy to snip off or remove the plug, leaving me bare ended wire for the electrolytic bath.I don't have the charger handy, I'll have to dig it up, but as but as I recall, the charging plug is at the end of about two feet of reasonably rstandard small appliance or lamp wire. It's usually easy to split that kind of wire into it's two separate wires to attach to two electrodes. BUT ( always a but ) how do I determine the + and - for these wires? Anybody know how I'd figure out which is which?The rest of the stuff for this 'ible I already...

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    Would I be able to use a 24 V battery charger from an electric scooter for this? The charger plugs into a wall outlet with a grounded plug. Then it has a wire at one end with a small round plug that was pushed into a round port on the scooter. It's dead easy to snip off or remove the plug, leaving me bare ended wire for the electrolytic bath.I don't have the charger handy, I'll have to dig it up, but as but as I recall, the charging plug is at the end of about two feet of reasonably rstandard small appliance or lamp wire. It's usually easy to split that kind of wire into it's two separate wires to attach to two electrodes. BUT ( always a but ) how do I determine the + and - for these wires? Anybody know how I'd figure out which is which?The rest of the stuff for this 'ible I already have. I have a number of rusted tools in need of major rehab to be useful again.

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