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I'm sorry, another acid question

Old 10-03-09, 01:33 PM
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I'm sorry, another acid question

I know this is dead horse territory, but thanks for reading. I'll make this quick. Which of the many threads on oxalic acid is considered to be the definitive one? Who is the oxalic king of knowledge on this forum. I bought some and I have a Raleigh and Continental ready to take the plunge, so to speak!
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Wrk101 is king of the oxalic bath! I followed his method and have had really good results.
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