I’m not familiar with Japanese armour, but for European stuff to remove rust I use WD-40 and #000 steel wool. For stubborn rust WD-40 with various grades of wet/dry sandpaper. I’ve found stubborn cake rust can be scrapped off with brass having an edge. I did this just the other day when I found a spot of rust forming on the backside of a chape and refused to come completely off with the steel wool. In that case I used WD-40 and a brass key.
As for preventing rust I use a closed container, a trash bag will due, and moth balls. Leave the container so that it can breathe.
Ouroboros: Believe it, i do. My area of the ottawa valley and river are prone to tornado. Its not that the wind is blowing, its WHAT the wind is blowing...
Aug 4, 2020 14:09:55 GMT
RufusScorpius: We aren't too worried about the storm, but it can cause random damage from tree falls and there is a real danger of tornadoes when the storm breaks up. We don't expect huge amounts of rain, but you can never be certain with these things.
Aug 4, 2020 12:22:18 GMT
Ouroboros: Damn, that doesnt bode well for bad winds and rain. Hope everyone stays safe.
Aug 4, 2020 12:11:52 GMT
RufusScorpius: I feel for my neighbor. He took all the siding off his house 3 days ago and was doing repairs to the walls and such. He only has the plastic wrap on the house and garage today. Hopefully it will be ok.
Aug 4, 2020 12:06:37 GMT
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