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On 4/20/2008 4:28 AM Jim Elbrecht spake thus:

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I got a plier that is rusted solid,how to break it free?


I'd use PBR- but if that fails, I'd try electrolysis-
http://www.instructables.com/id/Elec...val-aka-Magic/


I can vouch for this method of rust removal. It works on any ferrous
(iron/steel) object. Uses sodium carbonate as the electrolyte. Rust
comes right off!

All you need is a decent low-voltage DC power supply (a battery
charger'll do in a pinch).


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