How Do You Use Stearic Acid In Rust Removal?
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Nothing is more frustrating then a rusty tool or other object. It is hard to use something once it has rusted over. However, it is possible to remove the rust and protect it from future damage. Stearic acid acts as a sealant over metal object to prevent them from oxidizing, which causes rust. It is very easy to apply stearic acid to any metal object, and it only takes a few minutes. Stearic acid can be found in the candle-making section of most craft stores, as it is often used to improve the appearance of candles and soap. Step 1 Examine the rusty object that you want to recover. Find the worst rust spots. It is important that the rust did not cause any holes to form in the object. If it has, then you probably will not be able to reuse the item even after the rust has been removed. If the rusty object is still intact, use the rust remover and a rag to rub the biggest rust spots first. Step 2 Remove the rust from the rest of the object. This is usually done by rubbing the rust remover