Rust Removal by Electrolysis - A Detailed Illustrated Tutorial, page 39

9. Images of Derusted Artifacts & Relics Before and After Electrolysis

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Dug Rusty Sickle, ca. 16th-17th Century

Dug Rusty Sickle, ca. 16th-17th Century

The Same Sickle After Being Derusted by Electrolysis

A Sickle After Being Derusted by Electrolysis

Dug Rusty Spur, ca. 16th Century

Dug Rusty Spur, ca. 16th Century

The Same Spur After Being Derusted by Electrolysis

15th Century Spur After Being Derusted by Electrolysis

Dug Rusty Axe Head, ca. 16th-17th Century

Dug Rusty Axehead, ca. 16th-17th Century

The Same Axehead After Being Cleaned with Electrolysis

Axehead After Being Cleaned with Electrolysis

I was in such a hurry to clean this cast iron fragment of a wood stove and see details of its design, that I forgot to take a "before" picture of it. Whenever the surface had not been affected by rusting, the intricate design's details came out sharp and completely derusted after two-day electrolytic cleaning.

A Cast Iron Door Fragment of Wood Stove, circa 19th Century, Was Cleaned by Electrolysis

A Cast Iron Door Fragment of Wood Stove, circa 19th Century, Was Cleaned by Electrolysis




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