Internal Frame Rust--Reloaded!
Okay, I've asked a bit about this before, but I've got a couple new questions.
I've got some internal frame rust, and it's kind of crusty in there. I don't think it's structural yet, and I'll find out for sure, but I want to prevent it from worsening. The first problem I have is that there's some paint on the inside of the tubes. I can't reach in there and remove it, so I'm thinking maybe I should dip the frame in paint stripper, but I don't know if that'll remove it thoroughly enough. I then want to use some sort of acid to convert the rust to an inert compound. I also heard that some of these acids will make the frame MORE prone to rust in the future, so I want to avoid those. Someone mentioned "acid dipping", which I'm trying to find out more about, because he mentioned it'd remove paint as well. He said that professional places will do that.
So yeah, if you know any specific products and tips on application, that'd be great. I'm looking to get this done as cheaply as possible, of course. Once all's said and done I plan to framesaver it and paint it.