[ROVERNET - UK] Cheap parts cleaner

Vern Klukas vern at inkspotco.com
Tue Apr 29 23:49:01 BST 2008

It'll probably be called glacial acetic acid or something like that 
(glacial refers to it being not diluted in any water). Normal vinegar 
is something like 10% acid in water.


>There are different grades of vinigar. I remember my lead painter 
>purchasing some at a paint supply house to pickle some galvinized 
>metal prior to painting. It was an industrial strenght product. I 
>didn't think of using it as a parts cleaner. Will have to check with 
>a paint supply house to see if it is still available.
>  -------------- Original message ----------------------
>From: "Fritz Rauschenberg" <wfritz at mindspring.com>
>>  Vinegar is acidic (5% I think) so like any acid, it attacks.
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