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Old 03-17-2014, 12:18 PM
AndyK AndyK is offline
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Default The molasses method

I have an old 3-legged pot that I wanted to use as my countertop utensil bucket. Oven cleaner took off all the black, but there is still significant surface rust. The molasses method sound like it might be the thing for me to try. The pot will easily sit submerged in a 5-gallon bucket outside.

My question is about the animal-feed molasses. Is that sold as a powder/granule or as a liquid?
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