PART I: How To Remove Rust From Iron Relics & Artifacts by Electrolysis, page1
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All information presented in this section is primarily for the inland and fresh underwater relic hunters; however, those detectorists who sometimes dig up unusual relics, and everybody else who wants to restore and preserve valuable iron artifacts, can greatly benefit from reading this tutorial as well. Please feel free to submit your own practical tips and methods that could help others!
A dug and heavily rusted axe head, circa the early 17th century, was used for this tutorial among other iron artifacts used in the process of rust removal with electrolysis. Being well over four hundred years old and having spent much of its time buried in the ground, this axe head had developed a thick layer of flaky rust.
This tutorial describes an activity that involves SOME risk of harming yourself, other persons, animals, and property. So please pay attention to all details, use common sense, be smart about what you are doing, proceed with caution, and stay safe so you can enjoy your iron restoration projects!
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