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rust remover for bodies

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I was flipping through the latest popular mechanics and I came across a new? product called "safest rust remover". The manufacturer claims it will not harm copper, brass, aluminum, plastic, rubber or most paints. It sells for $25/gallon or $95/5 gallon. I looked on their web site and they have a promo slideshow that looks impressive.

Has anyone tried it? I'm a skeptic when it comes to anything that looks too easy. If it works, I'm thinking of flushing out some of the hard to reach parts of the GT. The website is www.safestrustremover.com

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One thing I noted while going through their whole site, was one of the pieces they used before and after was not the same piece, the before piece had a deep gouge in the side of it and the after pic looked new out of the box. But that was only one item out of a bunch. Reading the testomonials, and their description, it appears the rusty items need to be submerged or have the solution continually running on them for as much as 1-2 days depending on the severity of the rust. Not a real good thing, but the solution is recoverable, which is nice considering the price, I guess. JMTCW.
Sven, on the Home Page of the website there is a button for testomonials, that will be the users remarks of the product. HTH.
If you do get that product Sven, do let us know if it works, doesn't work, or anywhere in between, before and after pics would be nice to see also. :D
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