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After the Muriatic acid

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Jacky Elliott
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After the Muriatic acid

Postby Jacky Elliott » Mon Mar 27, 2017 9:07 pm

So I tried the Muriatic acid and love how easy it makes the dross and mill scale melt away. After I pulled it from the acid bath, I rinsed it with water and gave it a little scrub under the running water. Blow dried it immediately. After it was dry I put a flap disc to it and wow. SHINY. BUT how do you guys deal with the sides and insides of cuts? The pieces I tried this on, I plan on letting rust any way but what can I do to stop it from rusting along the cuts?

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Re: After the Muriatic acid

Postby michmetalman » Sat Apr 22, 2017 7:53 am

Almost impossible. Try putting it in a baking soda water mixture until your ready to finish it..

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