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post #61 of 63 (permalink) Old May 18th, 2012, 19:10
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Bringing this dead thread to life, even if its been a year since someone commented. the link didnt work, but out of interest i searched youtube for instructions. this video explains the method very good =)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8vT2mdXBs8
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Bringing this dead thread to life, even if its been a year since someone commented. the link didnt work, but out of interest i searched youtube for instructions. this video explains the method very good =)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8vT2mdXBs8

What gives, I posted earlier this year in this I thought.. Hmm oh well.

This is great for small parts. I picked up a 1 gallon bucket and using my 60/200 amp charger have had really good results!
I've gone as far as doing non-structural aluminum pieces for very short length of time (like 10 min) and cleaned them up very well. I don't recommend that though.
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AS cool as this looks, I would really rather stick with a professional for this kind of thing. Call me paranoid but I'd worry about what happens if I don't do it right. I mean, that caution on stainless steel? That would've been the first thing that I would've tried so nope. I'll be happy to see your results though guys!
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