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Old 02-28-2020, 09:25 PM
Colin Campbell Colin Campbell is offline
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Default Cleaning Off Rust Before Crud and Old Seasoning

I'm in a living situation where I can't set up a lye tank. Maybe during dry months I could set up an electrolysis tank that could be easily dismantled. In other words, I don't have access to a place out side of the home that's protected against the weather. So my clean up process is sort of limited to the Easy Off HD plastic bag method, and a small tub of vinegar/water for rust. I've always done EO HD first, then vinegar/water.

My question: I have a piece, a Griswold 10 griddle that is coated with rust. Okay, it's orange. Would it be feasible to do rust removal first before spraying on the Easy Off?
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Old 02-28-2020, 11:09 PM
Doug D. Doug D. is offline
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Default Re: Cleaning Off Rust Before Crud and Old Seasoning

Since rust doesn't grow on crud, just on iron, it would seem that rust is all you need to treat for.
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