I’ve got some things with brown stuff on them. Lesser men call it rust; true LJ’s don’t recognize this “rust” as a worthy foe. To follow is a real-time electrolysis setup.
I’m no expert on electrolysis, but being stupid has never stopped me from doing stupid things. I’m going to blog an electrolysisi system for rusty tools in real time. You accept all risk, as I’ll be deemed incompetent pre-trial, so good luck in the civil.
First, you’ll need a 7000+ gas generartor(I prefer Generac) and a quality meter (I prefer Fluke). You’ll also need some way to ground yourself to the Cosmos.
I’M KIDDING, you silly willies! You don’t need much other than a bucket, a battery charger, and some othercheap stuff. Take the journey with me; it may work; may not.
There’s a lot of argument about what to dissolve in your tank. This is what I’ve used with success:
I’m told that modern phones can do fifth dimensional stuff with barcodes, so, here’s a barcode:
So far, I’ve invested in:
1) a tub $5
2) 12 gauge wire $5
3) Catalyst $3
4) Battery charger, $30 or so
If you’re after science, ask someone who doesn’t do it for a living (e.g. me); there are fantastic treatises on electrolysis, boring as they can be; this simple blog is for those that choose Milwaukee’s Best Ice instead of Coors.
-- My dad and I built a 65 chev pick up.I killed trannys in that thing for some reason-Hog