Naval Jelly?

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Naval Jelly is a product that contains Phosphoric acid which removes rust from metal surfaces. To remove rust from metal surfaces such as barbeque grills, automobiles, metal patio furniture, tools, antiques, mailboxes, lawn mowers, and bicycles Naval Jelly is recommended. Naval Jelly is not suggested to be used on any Aluminum, Chrome, Fiberglass, Cement, Marble, or Plastic surfaces. Naval Jelly can be purchased at most hardware stores and online through hardware retailers or direct sales.
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1. Put on rubber gloves and safety glasses before using a paint brush, sponge or paint roller to spread the undiluted Naval Jelly on the rusty surface. The amount you apply will depend
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Phosphoric acid.
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Naval jelly (H3PO4) is a phosphoric acid that is used in rust removers and for rust-proofing
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The chemical composition of Naval Jelly are Phosphoric acid; Isopropanol; Surfactant; Fumed silica, crystalline-free; and Sulfuric acid. report this answer. Updated on Thursday, February
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To apply naval jelly you will simply need to brush or spray the product directly onto the rusted surface. Before applying the jelly, you should try to scrape loose ...
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