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    Default Tool care..

    I've just been mucking about in the man cave sorting through some tools that have been in storage for a few years and much to my disappointment some have gained a rather unsightly covering of rust.

    Any ideas for getting it off? Bit pee'd off TBH as they where meant to be in dry storage.

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    GIve them a spray of wd40 and rub gently with some emery cloth

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    wd40 and a rag will sort them out

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    As above, leave a film if WD40 on them afterwarsa.

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    as above, then try a local furniture store for some silica gel bags.

    if you get some just remember they will need to be dried out regular(top of a rad or dare i say it in the oven on very low for a few hrs

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