Describes rust removal by a domestically-practical electrolytic method.


Pending preparation of TATHS guidance we recommend readers to the following link from the Hand Tool Preservation Association of Australia, to whom we are indebted:

www.htpaa.org.au/article-electro.php

TATHS would welcome a volunteer to produce an illustrated TATHS Conservation Note for this series.

Rust - Electrolysis
Ref No: MN 05.05
 
Date: 29-07-2013
 
Author: Hugh Thompson 
Suggestions for improvement are welcomed, please email: conservation@taths.org.uk
IMPORTANT: The advice in these notes is provided by members and others. It is given in good faith but neither the contributors nor the Society can endorse or guarantee the accuracy or safety of the information. The society does not recommend or guarantee any individual or organisation named.

Treatment techniques described may not be suitable for items of high or historical value. Users should always test first on a small inconspicuous area; observe safety and health guidelines given by suppliers, and dispose of used materials responsibly. The Society does not endorse or guarantee any proprietary products named (and it recognises that other products may be suitable). If in any doubt, expert advice should be obtained.

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