Speaking as a retired auto mechanic (45+ years), I'd be more inclined to
buy something that I know works off the shelf than to try wearing a
chemist hat to achieve the same results. I watched that first video from
your suggested search, and noticed he let the concoction he made work for
a week to achieve what I believe PB would have done in a couple of hours.
Liquid wrench was never a go to product for me, which is what he was
comparing his concoction to.
I never said they shouldn't, I said what *I* would be inclined to do. Why
do you have a problem with me voicing my opinion?
By the way, I suspect you meant to say "with due respect", but you'll
have to forgive me if I don't believe you. You're just one of the *many*
experts here that know the best way to do *everything*.
Where I worked we used the Kroil by the case. We had lots of things
outside and if we knew we would have to work on them, we would spray
them with Kroil the day before.
I have sprayed rusty bolts seveal days in a row and the usually come
We had lots of high wattage bulbs of all kinds of light. The mercury
vapor and others. A shot of Kroil oil up the base of them made them
almost fall out.
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On Tuesday, August 2, 2016 at 5:44:57 AM UTC-4, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I'd check out Sears. They have a bunch of sockets and such that are
supposed to universally fit a lot of nuts and bolts. How well they
actually fit depends on the bolt I guess. An 8 pt socket is one that
will fit, they should have that too. Or if you want something cheap,
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