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Old 08-09-17, 09:13 AM   #21
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I've had great results using Citric acid solution - adding cheapo wallpaper paste powder gives a gel like consistency so you can daub it on larger items see pics.

I thought I'd combine with electrolysis and after fours hours the inside of a rusty fuel tank was as clean as a whistle.
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Old 08-09-17, 12:21 PM   #22
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They've come out nice I have a similar Villiers cowl that would benefit from the same treatment, also putting clingfilm over the gel will help stop it drying out too quick.

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