Treasure Hunting The Restoration Of A Starrett Sliding Bevel Part 2
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Rust, the mortal enemy of steel and iron can be removed a few different ways.You can remove rust by eroding it with abrasives and steel brushes, you can use chemicals or acids, you can submerge rusted objects in a bath of baking soda and water and reverse the corrosion through a process called electrolysis.
And if this is not enough, I have recently learned about a cutting edge technology that uses a laser to incinerate rust away.Sandblasting will remove rust quickly.It will also erode other surfaces if you don't mask them off.
I sandblasted these piano stool legs to remove the rust from the iron talons feet, but also to str*p the finish off the old wooden leg.I did not mask off the glass b*lls so they turned etched-gray.How do I choose to remove rust? It depends on the object, the amount of rust and the time that I have.
To remove rust from garden tools, sheet metal, steel furniture, wrought iron and simple hardware pieces - I would use sandpaper, abrasive pads or sand blasting.Whenever I'm dealing with intricate shapes, delicate ornamentations, objects that have threads (such as nuts and bolts), precision measuring tools, and cutting tools...