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Antique Tractor Paint and Bodywork

Re: Electrolysis pictures before and after

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kylemorley

12-09-2012 13:28:38
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What do you do with all that black stuff now? Clean it off or paint over?




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B-maniac

12-09-2012 19:58:08
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 Re: Electrolysis pictures before and after in reply to kylemorley, 12-09-2012 13:28:38  
I guess I'll just do the 10 minutes with sand blaster and have the whole bar perfectly clean. Prime and paint..total time maybe 2hrs at most and it's done. No dissrespect but it just seems like a lot of time and mess for no cleaner than it gets. I'm not that patient, I guess.



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TJ in KY

12-09-2012 15:26:51
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 Re: Electrolysis pictures before and after in reply to kylemorley, 12-09-2012 13:28:38  
My plan is to hit it with a gray scotch brite pad and soapy water and another trip to the tub if needed. From the research I have done I think it is iron oxide and can be painted over, but don't take my word for that. I still need to research that before I prime the parts.

Here are a couple of links about the subject. the first one is quite long

http://www.rickswoodshopcreations.com/miscellaneous/rust_removal.htm

http://www.myfordtractors.com/electrolysis.shtml

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ASEguy

12-13-2012 04:56:49
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 Re: Electrolysis pictures before and after in reply to TJ in KY, 12-09-2012 15:26:51  
I used a wire brush and a hose. Worked great and was a huge timesaver on bigger parts like fenders and hoods. I used Picklex 20 to prevent flash rust and stored all the parts indoors until I was ready to paint.



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