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Old 08-03-12, 06:25 PM
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Originally Posted by auchencrow View Post
I don't know about Taxidermist OA, but the OA powder you buy at the Sherwin Williams store (sold as generic "Wood Bleach) creates a potent enough solution for rust removal with just about a tablespoon per gallon of water. It's better to soak longer than to use too strong a solution.

When I am done with it, I neutralize it with household baking powder.

As always read the label and pay heed to the warnings.

Good advice. Thanks.
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