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    I've only used the regular Rust Remover.

    I'm curious if the super-plus would be any easier or if could use the regular stuff mixed with something to make the "super plus"
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    Wouldn't this work also http://www.por15.com/product.asp?productid=177

    On the bottle I have it shows phosphoric acid and zinc oxide as the ingredients.

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    Most likely it would work. It's probably the same thing as oxisolv but mixed by someone else.
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    I played around with some scrap 4130 and oxisolv last night. I had pretty poor results. There was not much penetration on several spots with the bare metal showing through. Some spots look great. It's just not consistent, even for a product that I didn't expect to be consistent. To start, I heated & soaked and heated and soaked, but I eventually ended up leaving it in the liquid for over an hour.

    What are you doing to prep the metal?

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    I just degrease the metal.

    Keep in mind that fresh Oxisolv (as I have learned) is harder to use (more inconsistent) than if it has been used before. I ended up throwing some steel wool into my gallon container.

    I also don't soak it. I heat it up, brush the stuff on and rinse it off. It seems to either react instantly that way.
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