Electrolysis Tank

8pack

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Western, MA
I had my parts resting on plastic in my tank when I did mine. It did not affect the plastic. However, rust particles did accumulate on it and stain it as the plastic was white. I am sure it could have been cleaned off but I didn’t try.

The caustic Soda is in fact caustic so if left in long enough it might damage it but if it were me and I couldn’t get the plastic part off I would just go for it.
 

Quazit

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Feb 23, 2021
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Dallas, North Carolina
Well initial results are in. I’d say this is a huge success.

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Quazit

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Feb 23, 2021
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Dallas, North Carolina
Mine with Evaporust

Maybe not rusted as bad to begin with. If they were worse I would have tried electolysis.

When I went to remove my seats they wouldn't budge. I had to hit it pretty good with a 5lb hammer to free the drivers side up. Now it moves freely, so I'm pretty happy. Looks like evaporust did an excellent job for you as well.
 

aviator2007

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Oct 1, 2020
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That EvapoRust is amazing stuff! I initially thought how can something that can be ingested, gotten into the eyes, dunk your hands into it, not harmful to go down a drain do anything meaningful? It works! I have a nice plastic tub with a snap tight lid on it with 5 gals of that stuff and use it frequently.
 




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