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Wednesday, 06 August 2008

Dealing with Rust

Fertan is a slightly acidic product 
that reduces Ferric Oxide (rust) to Ferrous Oxide, which is then easily washed off with warm water and detergent (dish detergent works fine. See Mama in the kitchen. If you are nice to her, she'll let you have a few ounces).

This chemical leaves a coating of Iron Phosphate, sometimes known as a Parkerized finish.The Iron Phosphate is rust resistant and also leaves a slightly matt tooth for paint to adhere to.

As luck would have it, I ordered a package of this product more than a month back, and it has yet to arrive.

That of course makes it difficult to test. If it arrives before the next issue of the News, I’ll write up a report on it.


Fertan America is currently based in suburban Pittsburgh, PA.

PO Box 493
Ambridge PA 15003-0493
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Phone: 866.401.8999,  208.692.0682

Last Updated ( Monday, 08 June 2009 )
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