[meteorite-list] Ferox rust-converter

From: M come Meteorite Meteorites <mcomemeteorite2004_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Tue Oct 25 04:12:08 2005
Message-ID: <20051025081205.45046.qmail_at_web26203.mail.ukl.yahoo.com>

Hello Francesco

I have used this on a piece of Dronino and Campo del
cielo for experiment....nothing, the rust stop for few
weeks and after re-start to destroy the
meteorite...now, its well know the 2 meteorites its
terrible for the rust...but I do not with other iron
meteorite this product is good or not.


--- Moser Francesco <cojack_at_tiscali.it> ha scritto:

> Hi Folks.
> Today in a little shop I have found a chemical
> product from the famous
> Arexons called Ferox.
> On the bottle there's write:
> -romove the rust;
> -convert it in a stable compound;
> -leave a black surface in few minutes;
> and much more.
> Last week in a store I found a product that convert
> the rust and the surface
> in a
> phosphate iron compound, but on the bottle there's
> write the surface become
> bluish like the tipical metal used for the reed
> (cane) of the rifle and the
> gun. The phosphate is very hard and stable.
> Today I have trying with a 12% of HF, fluoridric
> acid, on the rust of my
> Campo.
> Don't work so well.
> Anybody have tryed these product on the meteorite
> rust??
> I have to be the first??
> Thanks
> Ciao
> <><><><>
> Francesco Moser
> http://web.tiscali.it/francesco.moser/
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