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 Posted: Thu Mar 13th, 2014 02:19 am
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Thanks, Rich.



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Very nicely done! That's one of the best rust jobs I've seen. If you don't want to use PCB etchant, I've used salt in a small small amount of water. Put the chain (or unpainted metal item) in the shallow water and place in the sun until the water evaporates. If you want a little green patina, add lemon juice to the mixture.

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