You must cut out all rust, because rust does not stop it continues to grow, please do not just cover it up because it will come back again.
The questioner is asking: How do you refurbish a well used car? and telling you that the car has rust all over. It would seem that the first thing to do is replace the parts that are rusty.
Yes, it does.
There are many products that can be used to remove rust from patio furniture that you can find at any Home Improvement store. Rust Aid is one such product. You can also use Steel Wool soaked in white vinegar to remove rust as well.
Well, first of all there are many different types of acids used to get rid of rust, citric acid is just one of them, Anyway when adding acid to rust you are making the rust or oxidizing metal more water soluble hence making it easier to remove rust! Hope that helps!
rust no. Well maybe a 1943 steel penny.
Grinding wheels have many different types and purposes. They are used to sharpen tools, as well as, for removing rust and paint for a smooth surface.
Rust is the oxidation of iron. It is usually a reddish-brown and is fairly well attached
Well I did and experiment for 30 days with 7up and an iron nail and it did not rust.
Rust is iron oxide. So when iron oxidizes you get rust. So iron and steel (iron and carbon) are prone to this happening while metal like aluminum well not rust.
Remove the burner grates and let them sit in hot soapy water for 30 to 60 minutes. Remove rust from the stove top using a non-scratch scouring pad in a circular motion. For especially tough rust, vinegar can be used as a cleaning solution as well.
Well Im no scientist but it may be just like rust on a car...?
If the water is oxygenated, the nail will react because rust is Iron Oxide and for Rust to form you need not only Water but Oxygen as well.
Rust is the oxidation of the cast iron. Oxygen in the air combines with the base metal to create the rust. The rust protects the metal underneath. Cast iron is not "reacting" to rust. It is participating in FORMING the rust. ************** previous answer below *************** Very well as the rust actually protects the base metal
When iron reacts with oxygen in water as well as in the atomospher iron oxide will be formed. This is nothing but the rust.
NO. Only new cars should be undercoated. Unless you feel like ripping apart the car cleaning all the rust off then you could, but it is too much work. The above answer is kind of stupid. The poster asked if a used car could or should be undercoated. If the car in question has rust peforation or is obviously rusted (and rust is easy to see and inspect for) then obviously the answer would be a solid "no". However, a used car that is CLEAN and well kept, has no rust issues, can be steam cleaned and undercoated. I have a 22 year old pickup truck that was purchased new in Hawaii, and soon thereafter called SE Arizona home until the past week or so. This truck has absolutely NO rust on it, and it can be cleaned and undercoated prior to it's first OH winter. SO the qualified answer is: If the vehicle is CLEAN, has been well maintained, or is from a rust-free environment, it can be undercoated.
Yes, bronze lamps do rust if left out in the rain. If bronze is not well kept, it can quickly become dull-looking and tarnished with spots that resemble rust.
Iron can rust even without water, but it rusts much more rapidly if it is exposed to water as well as air. It is the oxygen in the air which causes it to rust.
Home and better Garden has a wonderful variety of ideas on how to refurbish your home. They have an online website available as well as a magazine that is chuck full of great ideas as well as money saving tips.
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Since rust is the oxidation of metal, it would depend on what type of metal it is. More oxygen as well as salt would make a metal rust faster. Some metal can start to rust in as fast as a week if left out in the elements.
Yes, steel wool can rust. Steel is a ferrous material, meaning it is mostly iron. Rust is iron oxide. Thus, if you keep steel wool wet, it will certainly rust. Adding an oxidizer will increase the rate of this process as well.
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Steel shelving can indeed rust with rain and snow, as well as moist summer air. However, there are certain types of steel, as well as some types of treatment that can resist rust, or make cleaning rust much easier. Check with your local retailer and see what they reccomend.
Take a sample for analysis.
Well steel is metal.
The acidity of the soda accelerates the process, but the nail would rust in a glass of pure water as well. Rust is caused by oxygen in the air, but various other chemicals can catalyse that process.