Just curious, but does the whole car have to be "emersed" or just those
parts that are to be protected - which would be where water accumulates
(door sills, rockers, inside fenders, for example)? Perhaps it only works
where its wet?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Randall Young" <email@example.com>
To: <Shrack04@aol.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, March 10, 2002 9:21 AM
Subject: RE: rust removal / rust prevention
> Kent :
> According to "Dad the chemist", they could work, but only if you keep the
> car immersed in water all the time. Since very few people do that, he
> suggests that they are most effective at separating you from your money.
> believe JCW still sells them, right next to the magnets that magically
> improve your gas mileage and the gizmo that bolts in your air cleaner to
> supercharge your engine ...
> > A few years ago, at swap meets, I saw electronic gadgets for sale
> > that were
> > advertised to keep rust from starting (or continuing) on your
> > car. I think
> > they said they were ion generators or something to produce added
> > electrons?
> > Anyway they were small electronic "boxes" that hooked to your
> > battery and had
> > a grounding wire and a little flashing red light to indicate it
> > was working.
> > The claim was that it completely stopped all rust on your car !
> > - So, rocket
> > scientist on the list - Is this possible? Are they available?
> > Do they work?
> > How much and where do I get one? Sounds too good to be true,
> > but the rust
> > process is just electrolysis,, isn't it?
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