What Happens if You Leave a Wrench in Evapo-Rust for 3 Years?
If you haven’t messed with Evapo-Rust yet, you’re missing out. It’s an environmentally friendly de-rusting agent that can be used over and over again. It’s amazingly stuff.
On Hand Tool Rescue, Eric wanted to try a little experiment. He soaked a wrench in Evapo-Rust for 3 long years. In this video, he unearths the tool which has become embedded in a hardened substance that he dubs Evapo-Crust.
The tool survived, but the tough mill scale iron-oxide finish originally on the wrench has strangely been removed. And he has no idea why.
Next, Eric tried reconstituting the Evapo-Crust back into Evapo-Rust and soaking a rusty nut and bolt in it. And darned if the Evapo-Rust isn’t still viable, three years later!
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