Homemade Rust Removal


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    The Small WorkshopThe Small Workshop

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    Simple way I used to remove rust from old tools and car parts. Homemade jig from scraps with amazing results in less than an hour.
    It's called electrolysis rust removal, you can find plenty of details on it on the web.
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    This is not an instructional video, it just shows they way I did this. It is for entertainment only!
    Don't attempt to do this yourself as electricity and water are a dangerous mix!

    rust removal  electrolysis  lathe  old tools  

Keiren Michalov
Keiren Michalov

Will it stay rustless

Vor 12 Tage
Arroz Branco
Arroz Branco

0:56 OH YEAS

Vor 19 Tage
PlayingInTraffic
PlayingInTraffic

1:00 - yeah get that iron bro lol

Vor 19 Tage
HemiGodz
HemiGodz

You should make these all fancy and sell them. I would totally buy one from you!

Vor 25 Tage
Powered by cheese
Powered by cheese

Electrolysis mah dude

Vor Monat
Chuck Finley
Chuck Finley

The gases might be flammable? Hydrogen & oxygen are definitely flammable.

Vor 4 Monate
Marc McKenzie
Marc McKenzie

Nice. Anybody have experience or physics knowledge on whether the plate steel (approach shown here) or the rebar anodes (seen in many other workshops) are more effective, all other variables equal? Seems like the plate steel cleans up very nicely, and that could result in more consistent results?

Vor 4 Monate
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Oh, and the larger surface seems to make the process a lot quicker, I usually keep the parts 1 or 2 hours in the tank, while most other videos are talking about days.

Vor 4 Monate
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

I used plate steel because I understood electrolysis is a "line of sight" process, there needs to be a direct line between the rusty surface and the anode. For flat parts, like an axe head for example, I don't think one is better than the other, but for complex parts, with lots of angles and holes I think the sheet metal is better since it completely surrounds the part. At least that's my theory. Also I had the metal lying around from a previous project.

Vor 4 Monate
Herman Otto 1939
Herman Otto 1939

witam jaka jest to soda i jakim napięciem jest elektroliza pozdrawiam z Polski

Vor 6 Monate
Mübarek Ol
Mübarek Ol

İn 0.45 what is the black and red product’s name

Vor 6 Monate
derwen talia
derwen talia

ppl like u are gonna not only survive the zombie apocalypse, u gona make it call u daddy

Vor 10 Monate
veles56
veles56

what is the powder?

Vor 10 Monate
PiousMinion
PiousMinion

Vinegar is safer on the part, easier, and probably cheaper. Your method will etch away more than just the rust if not careful.

Vor 11 Monate
Daniel U U
Daniel U U

Do not bend rusty metal with bare hands. Get cut. Risk losing hand.

Vor 11 Monate
Tom Stock
Tom Stock

Same results with just sodium bisulfate or vinegar... electrolysis just speeds up the process.

Vor 11 Monate
Daniel Bogdan
Daniel Bogdan

coca cola try it :) and clean

Vor 11 Monate
Caleb Counts
Caleb Counts

Do a Minecraft Actress

Vor year
Publico Jornas
Publico Jornas

or soak in hydrochloric acid.

Vor year
Richard McCormack
Richard McCormack

Need very large tank to do pickup truck frame

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Your neighbor's pool? Or the local pond? You might even catch a few fish in the process!

Vor year
Burton's Attic
Burton's Attic

Nice

Vor year
Krešimir Cindrić
Krešimir Cindrić

Here is a simpler method, that I use all the time. Get some citric acid (any better grocery store should stock it) and dissolve it in water (make an almost saturated solution). Use a container that is just slightly bigger than your part (so that you don't use too much acid). Leave the part sitting in the acid for 2-3 hours. Wire brush it and rinse with water. Repeat if necessary, or leave it longer in the acid. Same result, no need for battery charger or scrap iron, no flammable gasses. Most commercial rust removers are based on citric acid. Citric acid is a fairly safe chemical - it is food grade and you don't even have to wear gloves when working with it. Just rinse you hands with water after you're done. If you can't get citric acid, white vinegar also works, but much slower.

Vor year
imafine1
imafine1

I have used this method, but the results were not as good as yours. I think I need to use a bigger piece of metal. For small parts, I use a 9V battery, glass jar, and a large washer as the sacrificial metal.

Vor year
larry will
larry will

Thank you for sharing.

Vor year
cloverdale87
cloverdale87

if you want the sheet steel to come clean without brushing. Just hang a piece of rebar from the wood and REVERSE the Neg and Pos leads. All the rust will go to it. This is how plating is done.

Vor year
Roc Lo
Roc Lo

I like the white vinegar method of rust removal Because i didn't need to go out and buy a charger i just needed a bucket and white vinegar which i already had on hand

Vor year
sot11cat
sot11cat

Μπράβο! Ωραίο κόλπο!

Vor year
Jack Jacke
Jack Jacke

ok that is not iron. Iron would snap if bent. That is tin or small gauge steel.

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

It's mild steel, which is more than 99% iron. You are probably thinking of cast iron, which actually contains less iron than mild steel.

Vor year
j a
j a

Pretty sure that's steel bro.

Vor year
phật thế tôn của tao
phật thế tôn của tao

Bo chat gi vay

Vor year
TOLO -
TOLO -

This results impossible. Fake

Vor year
Will Davis
Will Davis

stop killing yourselves with this method, just use some hydrochloric acid (muriatic acid) u can pick some up at your local pool supply

Vor year
Erik Vianna
Erik Vianna

I hope you guys can help me, I set up a similar solution with an aluminum bucket a piece of wooden holding a caliper and it kinda worked, I used a regulated power supply that you can set the max amperage. While the rust did go off the caliper, it just starting rusting again or attracting the rust that was already dissolved in the water. The caliper looked very rusty at the end, worst than before but the rust was easily removed by a wire brush. It did work better with a rotor however, looked almost new but didn't remove all the rust, it gets to the point the rust "keeps" adhering back to the part. Do I need to keep changing the water? It did get very hot and made a lot of hydrogen, to the point I set up a fan nearby to dissipate.

Vor year
Roman Dybala
Roman Dybala

Yes. Looks like new with massive rust pits.

Vor year
john mckell
john mckell

Looks like you just bought it from the store...Good job...I use vinegar

Vor year
Charlie Jeans
Charlie Jeans

The easiest and best results for rust ' restoration' is molasses and water. Approx 1 gallon of molasses in 10 gallons of water mix well add metal asap. Leave overnight. Even deep pitted metal will be returned back to metal. Do not scrap off any rust or flaking rust leave it there it will return to metal. Do not make the mixture any stronger as it will dissolve the metal. The mixture will foam, and become inactive, the mixture is not reusable.

Vor year
Carlos Dasilva
Carlos Dasilva

the soil is gone love that rust 3:21

Vor year
perry lc
perry lc

You can also just soak it in vinegar for a day or so depending how much rust is on it.

Vor year
Dodge Mustang
Dodge Mustang

All this is a waste of time.. Just put it in PINE-SOL You will not believe your eyes..

Vor year
kay choo
kay choo

why don't just use C.L.R.

Vor year
Phd Credible
Phd Credible

Its an anodic/ cathodic cell.

Vor year
Carlos Linarez
Carlos Linarez

Thanks I appreciate you time and courage to do this video to let us know 👍

Vor year
Dale Redmond
Dale Redmond

While hate to wear work gloves I do believe I would have used them to bend that rusty metal. Be safer my friend....

Vor year
Trajanowski Rifleworks
Trajanowski Rifleworks

I can't find "washing soda" in Europe. Only baking soda. Does it have some different name here or it is only available in the US?

Vor year
Bob D
Bob D

Washing soda is sodium carbonate, Na2CO3 (2 sodium, 1 carbon, and 3 oxygen molecules). Baking soda is sodium bicarbonate, NaHCO3 (1 sodium, 1 hydrogen, 1 carbon, and 3 oxygen molecules). I found this at http://naturesnurtureblog.com/how-to-make-washing-soda/. And that site says you can convert baking soda to washing soda by baking it at 400F/200C.

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

I'm in Europe too. It's used as an eco detergent, you might find it in supermarkets or online.

Vor year
Kylin Burger
Kylin Burger

Where you living to here those fighter jets I hear them every day in northern Utah just curious

Vor year
Kylin Burger
Kylin Burger

The Small Workshop ah I see Europe would explain the quick response

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Eastern Europe but there was an international military air show, which included a lot of US made fighters.

Vor year
John Cliff
John Cliff

I know this comment has nothing to do with rust removal but how the set-up reminded me of how we ( The Signals Troop) used to very quickly boil up a gallon of water for making tea when attached to the Artillery at Bartton Stacey . Our corporal was an "Electrician Driver" and he knew quite a lot of tricks. 1 opened 1 gall tin can with holes drilled or punched through near to the top rim. A piece of bakerlight rod to pass through the holes. 1 smaller can to sit inside the 1 gall. can that had been perforated at the bottom with small holes i.e. a dart point. Holes at the top rim to take the bakerlight rod through. A length of Heavy duty twin flex with a mains plug on one end (The old 15 Amp 240v. type there) and large croc. clips on the other end. Nearly fill the gallon can with clean water, fit the croc clips, Live to the centre can and other to the outer edge of the 1 gall can. Plug in to the mains supply and switch on. As soon has the water boils, switch off and put loose tea leaves into the centre can. Give it a good stir and leave to settle. Hey Presto nearly one gallon of tea in a few seconds. Highly dangerous and illegal but a quick brew in no time at all.

Vor year
Bob Hochstadt
Bob Hochstadt

Way too complicated.

Vor year
John Hall
John Hall

Good job!

Vor year
John Hall
John Hall

Was the dog giving your instructions? Just wondering.

Vor year
V T
V T

Just drop it in standard vinegar you buy from the food store for a few days. Acts like a total rust convertor transforming it into ferric phosphate (hard black coating). Have done it myself and works superbly. Simple and cheap. Plus you can re-use the vinegar.

Vor year
V T
V T

Not in terms of time but for many hobbyists it's a simpler option if they're not pressed for time.

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

So a few days is similar to one hour? It's like saying a hand saw is the same as a circular saw only cheaper.

Vor year
shadow run
shadow run

lol what did he show? use vinegar baking soda water .i forward half the video...we all have that. but thanks.

Vor year
viking saxon
viking saxon

// Bench grinder with wirer brush wheel ,does the same job ,still good vidio clever !!

Vor year
FrustratedBaboon
FrustratedBaboon

After cleaning reverse polarity and use scrap in center to clean the walls.

Vor year
Candi Soda
Candi Soda

LOL and then you have me... Who just rinses it it water and sray paints it LOL aaaaallll done

Vor year
Ox
Ox

Does everybody wear gloves nowadays? I've never done this and still don't. My hands look like a man's hands should, not all soft and pink. What happened to being a rough, manly man? Nice video about a simple and effective procedure for rust removal. Nice results.

Vor year
Antonio Aparicio
Antonio Aparicio

hola , que voltaje le aplicas ? gracias.

Vor year
Antonio Aparicio
Antonio Aparicio

thank ...

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

12V

Vor year
actorzone
actorzone

This is not a good idea, I have used it and found the current can cause some metals to pit very badly as it starts eroding away the different types of alloys in metal, better to use an acid bath.

Vor year
lord knows
lord knows

how about let it soak in 30%rubbing alcohol an the rest vinegar then rub with micro fiber brush way better deff don't need to wait an hr and if u do u won't need to scrub that hard

Vor 2 years
lord knows
lord knows

dude that's way to much on vinegar alone lmao buy it at a dollar store they sale it but the gallon and if anything u don't need alcohol just water and vinegar alcohol was my added idea.and if u ever use vinegar use gloves it stinks on u for days. and props on the idea to shape that metal that was cool ,job just seems a little complicated and time consuming tho for me but I honestly couldn't didn't read the details.

Vor 2 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

More like $100+ for the vinegar alone. And that's for a small 50 gallon/200 liter bathtub.

Vor 2 years
lord knows
lord knows

hmmm I wouldn't think more than 20$

Vor 2 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

How much would it cost to fill a bathtub with that?

Vor 2 years
NC Imson
NC Imson

vinegar or citric acid is much safer

Vor 2 years
Paul J
Paul J

What you called scrap iron is actually bright mild steel sheet. Not the same at all.

Vor 2 years
Flight Radar 24 pro world
Flight Radar 24 pro world

You is latino

Vor 2 years
Dj Mystery
Dj Mystery

Will this work faster if you use more voltage?

Vor 2 years
phdfxwg Fischercat
phdfxwg Fischercat

was wondering where my tool holder went !

Vor 2 years
E.PLUMBUS UNUM
E.PLUMBUS UNUM

YEs this works well but for small parts try using a product called Evapo-rust.  It's a heck of a lot less involved, is non-hazardous, and doesn't put out any fumes.  Electrolysis generates hydrogen gas.  Best to do this outside.

Vor 2 years
BRYAN. COLLINS RASON
BRYAN. COLLINS RASON

THIS MIGHT SOUND SILLY BUT I WONDER HOW MUCH HYDRO THIS WOULD USE..

Vor 2 years
chris lomas
chris lomas

No ,No No,Molasses & Water is Better I think.Tried Both.

Vor 2 years
srinivas reddy vanga
srinivas reddy vanga

Nice experment

Vor 2 years
chris rednek
chris rednek

Ah yes, I believe the correct term used for this is electrolysis?

Vor 2 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Just like it says in the description.

Vor 2 years
عبد الرفيع حيمي
عبد الرفيع حيمي

thnx

Vor 2 years
JMakes
JMakes

worked really well, you can also use white vinegar if you are concerned about safety

Vor 2 years
Eduar delgadillo y pesado
Eduar delgadillo y pesado

no entendi ni gorra jajajaj

Vor 2 years
PBS #007
PBS #007

sand blasting is quicker

Vor 2 years
The Sage
The Sage

lol

Vor 2 years
Olukayode Okunowo 08034271630
Olukayode Okunowo 08034271630

fantastic! God bless you

Vor 2 years
nedboer
nedboer

will a battery charger work ,  set at its lowest setting   !  just wondering   ??

Vor 2 years
nedboer
nedboer

+thom laine

Vor 2 years
thom laine
thom laine

It will at 12 volt 2 amp setting

Vor 2 years
John Conrad
John Conrad

the correct voltage to use is around 2.8VDC

Vor 2 years
beatleme2
beatleme2

This is Great .. i read about doing this and adding chromium to Chrome Plate the parts also..i gotta try this one day :)..but where can i buy Chromium ?..and is it the same process ? .. I love Chrome :)

Vor 2 years
Gregory Bratton
Gregory Bratton

Vinegar would be easier...and safer.

Vor 2 years
Ant Corke
Ant Corke

great video, very interesting.

Vor 2 years
Sids60sSounds
Sids60sSounds

Must get some of that barking washing soda!

Vor 2 years
jessierome1
jessierome1

yeah sure! Hahahahaha

Vor 2 years
Serum 01236
Serum 01236

Wow I just realized that you used an old drill. So I guess there's my answer

Vor 2 years
Serum 01236
Serum 01236

I have a drill that has the bit stick in it. The bit isn't rusted into it but the part that spins to make the hole where the bit hoes larger and smaller is locked. Will it hurt my droll if I hung this part in there.

Vor 2 years
K. Cashman
K. Cashman

Incredibly dangerous. Much easier solution: let it stand in white vinegar.

Vor 2 years
Husqv 51
Husqv 51

Why didn't you show the part where you had it on the steel buffing wheel?

Vor 2 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

LOL, try it, you'll be surprised! Besides I've done wire wheel on other stuff and it does not leave them this clean. Vinegar is the one that leaves the dull finish, electrolysis leaves them shining under the black layer.

Vor 2 years
John Conrad
John Conrad

cool way to bend that sheet! however it doesnt seem feasible that u got into the grooves with ur wire brush. and the big hole in the shaft of the chuck? so what gives?

Vor 2 years
tickyul
tickyul

If only Riki-Oh was there......he would be doing it much better!!!!!!!

Vor 2 years
Marc’s Fx
Marc’s Fx

Use to make my own electrolysis machine for my metal detecting finds, never used soda but lemon juice and salt.. worked very well on coins etc

Vor 2 years
Marc’s Fx
Marc’s Fx

Yep, done that with more modern coins but older ones need a bit more care, the electrolysis can be turned off as you watch the metal being cleaned, it's a bit harder with the quick ketchup system in which you need to either spread a bit and clean off to see how it's going and repeat but with my way you can see and adjust straight away.... 👍🏼😉

Vor 2 years
Daniel Gresham
Daniel Gresham

Marc on copper spread ketchup across it for about 2-5 minutes then just wash the ketchup off with water. if need be use a tooth brush to clean deeper. try this on some pennies and see (:

Vor 2 years
actorzone
actorzone

I have done this before, passing voltage through some alloys of steel will cause serious pitting, and loss of elements in the metal, use only on mild steel,

Vor 2 years
guitarsid
guitarsid

just soak it in vinegar

Vor 2 years
Pfirtzer
Pfirtzer

I use vinegar, household and salt few spoons depends, and immerse it in a bucket then with steelbrush you whipe it away. I usually let it immerse a day or so.And I put vaseline on it.

Vor 2 years
Dwight McKnight
Dwight McKnight

Pfirtzer m

Vor 2 years
Thetrucky69
Thetrucky69

This is excellent.

Vor 2 years
anthony wynn
anthony wynn

or you could just drop it in a bucket of white vinegar for a few hours,take it and wipe it off and apply a small amount of oil to the part,no wire brush needed,no danger of gasses or fire.

Vor 2 years
John Watkin
John Watkin

ian brow

Vor 2 years
ian brown
ian brown

All good ideas.  Thanks to all of you.  We can each use what suits us best - whatever we have on hand.  Information costs nothing... best to get it all out there.

Vor 2 years
anthony wynn
anthony wynn

It's not whinging to point out that your method,is awkward and dangerous when there is a safer and much easier alternative,something you obviously have an issue with,but,as I said in my last post,each to their own.

Vor 2 years
Ross Tipler
Ross Tipler

Stop whinging, you have been told it is one of many methods so use whatever suits you. This method will only remove rust and not paint unless the rust is under the paint.

Vor 2 years
anthony wynn
anthony wynn

For a part that size you wouldn't need 30 litres of vinegar,you just need to cover the part,there is a reason thousands of people use white vinegar,it's fast,clean,cheap and there is no danger of fumes or explosions or fire,it's just an easier and better method than what you did here,a lot of work for a small part,but,each to their own.When I see a guy using a circular saw I say...I gotta get me one of those,I use a handsaw.

Vor 2 years
roger cada
roger cada

hey bro, i had a rusty gun with a bullet inside, is it possible?

Vor 2 years
ALLxoxoxoxo
ALLxoxoxoxo

Yeah cuz molasses is really hard to find.

Vor 2 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Not sure if trolling or not, but I would not mix electricity and bullets. Try molasses, it's slow, but it works best, museums use it. Or vinegar if you can't find molasses where you live.

Vor 2 years
Rick Bruns
Rick Bruns

White print in the video is VERY small and hard to see!

Vor 2 years
Rick Bruns
Rick Bruns

Best struggle I've ever come across is Boeshield T-9 ...

Vor 2 years
Marty Schrader
Marty Schrader

You used a wire brush on the parts. What did you expect to happen to the rust?

Vor 2 years
oussama tijani
oussama tijani

looks easyy way to do can you show us some of yellow passivation. wht we will need for it and the way pleaaaaase steve

Vor 2 years
99v8cobra
99v8cobra

doesn't look too safe or easy.... and I kinda think the wire brush first, would have gotten the job done... on what looks like stainless steel

Vor 2 years
Philip Baker
Philip Baker

To add to S. Smith's comment: Stainlesss steel (a trade name, not a description) is either Martensitic (magnetic and is mainly for domestic use, such as cutlery), or Austenitic (non-magnetic, and is a high grade for use in industries such as  aircraft, marine, etc). The two names relate to the scientists who discovered the processes.

Vor 2 years
S. Smith
S. Smith

also, as the chromium content of the steel determines the magnetic properties of the steel. The higher the chrome content, the less magnetic the steel becomes, until not at all with higher grades of stainless.

Vor 2 years
S. Smith
S. Smith

stainless can contain up to 30% chromium. The higher the chromium content, the more "stainless" the steel becomes (and expensive). I think that as long as the steel contains any percentage of chromium, it can be called "stainless". Low chromium content will produce surface rust, but typically it is not a penetrating rust.

Vor 2 years
Laby 70
Laby 70

+blake the snake depends on the type. stainless does rust. unless its 100%.

Vor 2 years
blake the snake
blake the snake

99v8cobra stainless doesn't rust Einstein

Vor 2 years
cdimmm
cdimmm

try soaking in molassas, 10 to 1 with water.

Vor 2 years
video2crabby
video2crabby

How thick could the max rust be ? Have you tried other rusted objects ? Can the Wash be saved or re-used ? or fresh water each time ?

Vor 2 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Doesn't matter how thick the rust is, it will only take longer time, even days in some cases. Water an be reused a lot of times, I've seen someone keeping it for months. I only use the jig on rare occasions so I usually throw the water for convenience.

Vor 2 years
tony bilco
tony bilco

great video thanks for sharing,looking forward to more educating videos from you...

Vor 2 years
Jim Viau
Jim Viau

Amazing! Thanks for the tip. I will certainly use this soon. As for the plate bending education LoL on this too.

Vor 2 years

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