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#1 posted 10-03-2012 01:07 AM

There are lot of popular ways discussed in various posts around here. On the approximately ten planes I have cleaned up, I have used EvapoRust. It is available at O’Reilly Auto Parts, costs about $22 to $24 for a gallon, and is reusable. I have done everything I’ve done with that one gallon and it still is going strong. Nice thing about it is that you just soak the items anywhere from a few hours to 24 hours depending upon how badly it is rusted. You can’t over do the soak, as the stuff won’t do anything to good metal or to paint.

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