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Quaker State sign
#764561 Tue Jun 08 2021 06:01 AM
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Haven’t been able to find the same sign for value? Is there a way to reduce the rust without damaging the remaining paint?

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Re: Quaker State sign
PA Collector #764651 Thu Jun 10 2021 09:42 AM
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Some guys use the prep and etch chemical from home depot. I haven't used it yet but have used vinegar with some success. I think lemon juice can be used also. Just be gentle, take your time and test a small spot 1st.

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So White or cider vinegar? Do you just use a soft cloth dipped in the vinegar and wipe?

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PA Collector #764730 Fri Jun 11 2021 11:22 AM
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I used white vinegar with a clean cloth and used a little until you know how it is working. At least this is a cheap less aggressive method before using other chemicals.


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