|Item Weight||8.65 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.5 x 7 x 10.5 inches|
|Item model number||ER012|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||ER012|
|OEM Part Number||899303000011, 899303000011|
|Cover Included||1 container|
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Evapo-Rust The Original Super Safe Rust Remover, Water-Based, Non-Toxic, Biodegradable, 1 Gallon
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- One Gallon Rust Remover is environmentally-safe water-based product that removes rust in minutes, without scrubbing or sanding
- Non-toxic, Biodegradable, Non-corrosive, Safe on skin and eyes, No fumes or bad odors, Contains no acids, bases, solvents, or VOCs
- Requires no special equipment (gloves, protective eyewear, masks) and will not harm unrusted steel or affect plastic, PVC, Viton and most paints
- Safe for use on; cast iron cookware, grill grates, antiques, tools, auto parts, clocks, sewing machines, toys and more
- Since Evapo-Rust Super Safe Rust Remover is reusable, one gallon de-rusts up to 300 lbs. of steel
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|Item Dimensions||4.50 x 7.00 x 10.50 inches||1.50 x 3.20 x 5.75 inches||2.50 x 2.50 x 8.00 inches||1.50 x 3.25 x 9.50 inches||8.00 x 6.00 x 10.00 inches||12.30 x 5.70 x 5.60 inches|
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Evapo-Rust Remover gives new life to all your rusty household items. It's so easy to use; anyone can restore their rusted steel tools, auto parts and household items to like-new condition. Evapo-Rust is safe enough to use on any rusty item including cast iron cookware, grill grates, knives, antiques and anything metal. It features a non-toxic, environmentally safe, water-based formula that removes rust in just minutes, no scrubbing needed. Evapo-Rust is reusable depending on the thickness of the rust. Evapo-Rust removes even heavy rust completely, is non-toxic, non-corrosive, is safe on skin and eyes. Evapo-Rust has no fumes or bad odors, is non-flammable and can be disposed of safely by simply pouring down the drain in most areas. Evapo-Rust contains no acids, bases, solvents or other toxic ingredients, it will not harm un-rusted steel, safe on other metals, plastic, PVC, Viton and most paints. Some uses include; cast iron cookware, grill grates, antiques, tools, auto parts, clocks, sewing machines, toys and more.
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Super Safe Rust Remover
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A product of extensive research, EVAPO-RUST rust remover is an water-based product that removes rust in minutes, without scrubbing. It's so easy to use, anyone can restore their rusted tools, auto parts, even firearms to like-new condition. One gallon will remove up to 268 gr of dry rust, that's almost 1/2 a pound.
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The instructions say to leave parts submerged for a few hours. Personally, I soak parts in a big jug of water that's heavy with Dawn detergent for a day or two first, shaking the jug whenever I think of it to knock loose caked-on grease and dirt, flaking paint, wasp nests, whatever. A toothbrush comes in useful here, too.
Once the part is reasonably clean and rinsed off, I drop it in as small a container as I can (to save evapo-rust) and pour in the evapo-rust until it's fully submerged. Put a lid on it and leave it alone. It's not instantaneous...learn some patience. Depending on how bad it was you'll start seeing clean bare metal appear within 30 minutes to several hours, but don't get too antsy. Slosh the container around when you think of it to get fresh fluid down into the recesses of the part. Lightly rusted parts will be clean in an hour or three. More heavy rust will take more time. I sometimes will fill an old cheese ball jug with nuts, bolts, screws, brake line fittings, washers, whatever isn't nice enough to reuse on the trucks, and with rolling the jug every so often it can take two days before they're all clean.
The more dirt, paint and rust that's on the part the longer it'll take. Also, whatever the reacting chemical is that removes the rust, it does get used up and stop working. For really, really heavy rust that turns the fluid muddy and gross after a couple days soaking, you may need to empty the old stuff, rinse the part and give it a second soak to finish the job.
The important thing is: IT WORKS!! Your parts come out bare metal even down in the holes where you could never clean otherwise. It will NOT remove paint that is well adhered, it does not magically replace metal that's corroded away. But for getting steel parts clean of corrosion, it's the bomb.
NOTE: it will dull or remove the nice cad or zinc finish on parts, so don't put anything in that you don't want stripped. It should be obvious not to put electrical parts into liquids. So don't.
The instructions suggest rinsing parts in water and then dipping into clean evapo-rust to preserve them. That does work, and you do need to do something pretty quickly after stripping the parts because you now have bare steel and humid air touching each other. For things I'm not using immediately I dunk them in clean Evapo-Rust and set them out to dry. They dry just a little sticky but won't rust for a while. Months, if they're stored indoors. Things I want to paint I rinse in very hot water, dry as best I can and lay the parts out to air dry in an air conditioned area (for lower humidity). Paint or coat soon because surface rust loves bare metal.
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I've found it to be very good and it does indeed remove the rust back to bare metal within around 24 hours with no visible damage to the item being de-rusted. I have used the solution multiple times and it continues to work well. Once it eventually runs out of de-rusting capacity, I will definitely get some more.
Since this is a solution and the items need dunking into it, its not ideal for larger items. Tests against gel product shows that this seems to work far better than they do.
To conserve the amount of fluid needed during de-rusting, I've used empty 1.5L fizzy drink plastic bottles, buckets and even drain pipe with a stopper on the end as containers, so think laterally about how you will submerge the item whilst using the smallest amount of solution possible. Some people advise to put sealed containers containing water in the vat to raise the level in an inexpensive manner.
This stuff works wonders.
It doesn't do 100% of all my goods, but i'd say about 98% comes out great, sometimes depending on the metal, it turns it black. But if its chrome, its brilliant.
Its happened on a couple of chains, turned the links black, but on some silver chains it's fine.
I recently did some files which again worked great but they turned black, but who cares, they are files, and do the job whatever colour they are.
Would I say worth the money?.......All day long.
5 litres of this stuff is likely to last me a lifetime, and its apparently Eco friendly.
I'm off to try some drill bits now.