How to Remove Rust Using Electrolysis

By: Julie Day

Step 5: Connect Negative Electrode

Step 5: Connect Negative Electrode

Connect the negative (black) clamp from the battery charger to the rusty item. If the item protrudes from the water, put the clamp on the dry part. While the negative clamp can to be underwater, it might cause it to eventually wear out.

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  • Will Says:
    December 2nd, 2012 at 3:05 pm

    What was the amperage setting on the charger?? was this a “trickle charger” (1-2 amps) , or a larger, speed charger??

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