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To rescue old tools will require patience, persistent abrasives and good vision

 

The forgotten instrument has a strange power of attraction. It beckons, attracts. Take it in hand, and the next thing you will do is to scrape off the layer of rust with my thumb, trying to see the name of the manufacturer of this tool.

 

You vaguely remember how you got it in hand: toli picked up on sale, either the father-in-law gave, and maybe it was the memory of the compassionate neighbor during the move, just not to throw…

 

“We all have these little lost jewels” – once said a friend of mine, a wonderful carpenter gravitating to collecting mixed instruments, looking thoughtfully at rusty hammer lying in the corner of my balcony. Planers, chisel, chisels, hammers, pliers and a whole heap of rare and strange devices for working with materials of different hardness, from different countries and eras graced his Studio.

 

But, interestingly, all of these means of production were in perfect condition, not even rust on them, and sharpening, if it was intended, was like a new instrument. They waited for their turn to work, flashing the oiled sides, each in its place. It always came as a surprise. How he keeps such old instruments in such a great manner…? I decided to ask him for the secret.

 

“Restore them quite easily – said friend – but, unfortunately, I’m leaving early tomorrow morning on a business trip, so tell us all the details in no time. Read this you better on this somewhere on the Internet. There are many good ways to find”.

 

Indeed, they found. Excerpts from one such article will result in this material. In my opinion you get a good manual for practical restoration of old, long ago abandoned to their fate tools.

 

“We brought a bunch of old tools and went into the Studio (a former Church in North Salem, new York) to put them in order. We realized that all that is required is the availability of basic chemistry and a little effort-saving tools that look like they’ve been sitting on the bottom of the ocean age, exactly so!” this started with an article on the restoration of the old rusty stuff. But the crap is this, really?

 

This round PEEN ball PEEN hammer (title fotogafie) looked deader than dead. But it was enough to remove rust from metal, polished to Shine in the absence of blasting the steel, applied to the metal thin layer of engine oil and add the hammer a new pen, as the life came back to this fine instrument for delicate work.

 

 

The way to clean a large area of rust. Rusty, rickety table saw.

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Cutting machine with table Craftsman 1980-ies, purchased at a Church auction for $80

 

Metal cutting machine, which will stand in an unheated garage, shop or barn, sooner or later it will rust. Condensation, it settles on steel and iron parts, as they are colder than the surrounding air.

 

Rust makes it difficult to slide a piece of plywood wood on the table, which should be smooth and non-abrasive. Because it becomes harder to set the blade or adjust the angle. This table is the 1980s years of production from the company Craftsman, bought at a Church auction for $80 will soon find a second life. Here’s how it treayment.

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The top of the saw was removed from the frame. Hoisted it in Ford F-150, she was taken into a warm workshop for further work.

 

 

Then began the disassembly of the old equipment. Unscrewing the cast iron wings on each side of the saw was the engine is removed.

 

The good news was that the motor had two capacitors, one to start the rotation of the engine, and the other, to provide an additional boost to the start winding. So reliable. The motor shaft and the motor pulley was in good shape. Before starting work on the rust, the dirt, sawdust and cobwebs have been cleaned from the corners and cavities of the saw.

 

Work, for which everything was started, started.

 

Next on the agenda was removing the surface rust from the tabletop of the saw and wings.

 

This rusty surface for a start, soaked with kerosene, it acted as a solvent and cutting fluid (lubricant-coolant). Leaving him alone for an hour, they returned with a drill.

 

In order to clean off the rust, jaws clamped drills abrasive nylon brush with aluminum oxide 240 grit. At low rpm of about 500 (the drill should be variable speed), moving forth and back, brush easily cleared the rust without damaging the metal surface.

 

Be prepared for the fact that the removed parts may not get back to their seats. That’s what happened with the countertop extending wings, do not get them to align with the plane of the tabletop. They had gently tapped until they stood in the grooves to the desired position. Here the main thing not to hurry.

 

Don’t forget to put all the parts back for Assembly. In the case of saw we are talking about the electric motor, the new saw blade and other small items that were delivered to their rightful places.

 

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From rust and oxides can be cleaned with any metal tool. No matter how much the rust has penetrated the metal.

 

Here’s an example:

 

To restore the pile of impact sockets and hammers and a couple of hatchets, first remove all of the excess. The rotten parts of the handles and the old handles they no longer need. Usually, in order to remove the handle, convenient holding a hammer or a hatchet in a vise, knock the remaining part of the handle suitable to the diameter of the object. Or to split with a sharp object like rotten wood.

 

Corrosion can be removed with white vinegar. Put the treated metal into a plastic container, fill it sufficient for immersion of the parts, the amount of white vinegar.

 

Depending on the degree of oxidation allow for a few hours or a day.

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In the second stage cleaning you’ll need steel wool. Please note that the iron wool there are eight grades of abrasiveness, from very gentle: 0000#, to a particularly gross – 4#. The thicker the layer of rust, the more tough option you should use, ideally reducing the abrasiveness as rust removal.

 

When rust is no longer there, thoroughly rinse the workpiece in clean water to wash off the traces of vinegar, at the end of wiping the parts dry.

 

Scratched during cleaning the rust from the surface can be sanded with grit 100 grit on the sanding disk.

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Finally, instruments were wiped with mineral alcohol, primed with anti-corrosion metal primer and painted with a glossy alkyd enamel.

 

The cutting edges of the axes were sharpened by hand on a series of water stones used for woodworking tools.

 

The Assembly process was completed by the installation of handles and their subsequent jamming.

 

The recovery is not very rusty knife

 

Is it possible to restore the exact rusty tools

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Recovering any compound of the exact tool you need to start with a thorough disassembly.

 

For example, the plane in the photo above. Please note that not all parts are rusted. Then separate the seeds from the chaff and work with only those parts where there is rust.

 

A large part of the rust was removed with a hand wire brush. Then metal went rough sandpaper 60 grit, continued polishing 1000 emery paper.

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To finishing polishing didn’t cause trouble, stick sandpaper on a flat surface and changing the end of the part begin to hold her on the paper until you reach the desired Shine and smoothness. As a lubricant you can put a few drops of mineral spirits.

 

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Sharpening of a knife planer and polishing handles complete the restoration work.

The restoration of the highest class

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