Yassine b.s: Should i clean the gas tank with hot soupy water to get out the gas and oil?
itsjussjerry: Is this stuff safe on clearcoats and paint? I have a freshly painted tank and I'd hate to spill it and ruin my paint.
buildingassets: Dude, fantastic video! Your energy and engagement is awesome! You teach it very well and seem to have lots of fun as though we are friends - again awesome video! Will let you know how my project goes hopefully soon and thank you for posting!
Dion de kok: How did you get the pile of rust flakes out of the tank in the beginning? I hear some small pieces still clattering around in there.
hyrum graf: If I have a four stroke to do I still have to clean it out (to get the oil out)
António Melícias Correia: Hi, I've got a sport's bike like tank, and what i'm having problems with is getting some kind of cork that closes the tank, without using the original tampon. Any ideas on how to do this? I would place plastic and hold it with a rubber band, but in this tank, there's no where to apply the rubber band. I hope my question was clear....I'm not sure. Can you please help?
Elyce0: I used apple cider vinegar for 72 hours changing the vinegar every 24hours. I still had heavy rust coating the inside of my tank. I gave metal rescue a shot and after 24 hours there was nothing left. Not a bit of rust and one shiny tank. Awesome product. I'm restoring a 30 year old dirt bike so I filled up a bin with metal rescue and started dumping rusty parts in. Now I don't have to buy new screws, bolts and clamps. I'll be using this for all my rusty restorations.
myfarts dontsmell (myfartsdontsmell): use apple cider vinegar it worked a crap load better than this, plz dont waste your money on this. 27 bucks wasted
myfarts dontsmell (myfartsdontsmell): this is a terrible product. i kept it 24 hours and all it did was get dirtiness out of my gas tank. did not clean up any rust.
Hugo Martenzi: How do you remove sealer if you r tank has it?
kakashi8148: Ok. I have a motor that had a bad water pump on it. I replaced the water pump and tried to flush anything that is inside. Would It be a good idea to send this product into the radiator and run the motor???
Alex k: Seems so lost XD
Dizzy Alfonso: Would the rust remover be more reusable if I filtered it after it was used?
Brendan Raymond: their secret ingredient to this recipe is just phosphoric acid. save your self some dollars.
HOSSAyNE Morocco: where is step 2 ?
TJ Chesters: I have an old honda motorcycle and was wondering if I keep it in there over my vacation wiche is a week will I get a better result and is it ok to keep it in there that long for a "maximized" result
moparmusclecars: I have an old 1973 Hodaka Motorcycle tank that is chrome outside. Will this stuff mess up any of the outside surface or stain it? I am assuming it will not hurt it, since it's water based. Just wanted your opinion. Thanks for the great video.
joshua lutz: Would you recommending adding sand to the 24 hour solution and doing a bit of shaking as many of these other videos recommend?
M R: I must say Metal Rescue is an awesome product. I just used in on my 1970 Honda Z50 tank. Absolutely awesome results. just bought a 2nd gallon for future uses.
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