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Rich: This reply is not a HOW TO, but my recent trials/modifications with using information from this board. Check the mesage by Randy Ferguson...Secrets of Surface Rust Removal. I did this with my project, however the tight spots, I used a product called Phosphoric Plus (HOME DEPOT) in a spray bottle, sprayed the nooks and crannies every 15 to 20 minutes(time consuming) but eventually it was to bare metal. Sprayed enough to keep the area wet, however if it dries, you have the converted black areas that have been talked about. Good luck....lets us know the results...P.S. Thanks to Randy F. and Willys36 for sharing their knowledge.

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Rich: This reply is not a HOW TO, but my recent trials/modifications with using information from this board. Check the mesage by Randy Ferguson...Secrets of Surface Rust Removal. I did this with my project, however the tight spots, I used a product called Phosphoric Plus (HOME DEPOT) in a spray bottle, sprayed the nooks and crannies every 15 to 20 minutes(time consuming) but eventually it was to bare metal. Sprayed enough to keep the area wet, however if it dries, you have the converted black areas that have been talked about. Good luck....lets us know the results...P.S. Thanks to Randy F. and Willys36 for sharing their knowledge.
Randy is one of the first people I contacted about this after reading his excellent guide a few months ago. He has also been instrumental in my learning the hammer and dolly work that has been slowly transforming my body from a rusted wreck into the car it is becoming now.

It's a shame that his presense on this board, at least in terms of posting seems to be rare these days.

Thanks for the suggestions, I will let you know how it goes this weekend.

Rich
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