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Interesting. Thanks for the link.

I use naval jelly for rust removal. It's cheap and does all the work. I just wipe it on. Let it sit for a few minutes and wipe it off.
 
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That looks like a lot of fun. I have always been keen to try electrolysis after seeing it used with archaeological finds etc. Might give it a go on an old Cobblers repair tool
 

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can you use an old silver fork or spoon and silver plate your planes ?

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Frank,
You sure can - but best to copperplate them first. I often did this as a kid. Using low currents and slow depoistion works best.
 

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waterhead37":1qphzxwr said:
Frank,
You sure can - but best to copperplate them first. I often did this as a kid. Using low currents and slow depoistion works best.
""Gosh"" Chris that takes me back a few years, I spent hours doing that :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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i wonder who will be the first with a silver plated stanley :D :D :D

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