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I have these clips that have a little corrosion on them. (My camera make everything look worse than it really is) They are not as bad as they look in the pic. What can I use to soak them in to get most of this off anyone use anything that woprks especially well?

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There is a product called Corrosion Block available boat us or west. I have had very good luck with it for the past 12 years. I even saved a cell phone that was dunked in salt water.

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View PostThere is a product called Corrosion Block available boat us or west. I have had very good luck with it for the past 12 years. I even saved a cell phone that was dunked in salt water.

 

 

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Looks like some kind of pot metal, in that case you can try a fine water sand paper, clean through and than spray it with a good brand of clear lacquer made special for metal, after it dries, play with it to release the tongue, lube the spring lightly with grease or oil and it will hold until the coat will chip of.

View PostI have these clips that have a little corrosion on them. (My camera make everything look worse than it really is) They are not as bad as they look in the pic. What can I use to soak them in to get most of this off anyone use anything that woprks especially well?

 

 

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