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Schoonmaak azijn means cleaning vinegar
But at 1 euro 50 cents for 5 liters, it is a very cheap de rusting solution
I don’t know, but I don’t think I would like to paint over a vinegar residue, it might affect the stickability of the paint
On the grille you’ll notice there’s no zipties holding it on too 😉
(well I mean obviously there are but they’re hidden better 😉 )
Considering that it was a rusty old thing that had been lying in my shed for the last 10 years,
I don’t think it came out to badly.
I think the ‘pits’ in the other exhaust are where there was deep ‘pitted’ corrosion
yes, vinegar is acetic acid
is that that effect, like leaving a penny in coca cola?
I don’t know but as you can see it works,
on the “new” exhaust I just washed it off with fresh water,
dried it with a hot air gun & painted it with HT exhaust paint,
here is is 1 month or so later
looks almost as good as the first exhaust & that was with ‘new’ vinegar
just a couple more
ok here we go, just removed from the vinegar &, washed of & hung up to dry, I promise you it was worth waiting for!
Finally removed it & it looks better, will post pictures later when it stops raining
more before photos
I have de rusted a scooter silencer with cleaning vinegar
I just left it to soak for 24 hours & it came out like new
photos of the old silencer before I set this to soak in the vinegar,
will post after photos tomorrow
What did it used to say on the old forum?
“The men in white coats are coming”