[TowerTalk] Re: Steel Wool For Deburring
Wed, 4 Oct 2000 19:24:28 -0700
There is a product--brass or bronze wool--I think used in the boating
industry as it doent rust. Would that work?
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Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Re: Steel Wool For Deburring
> In a message dated 10/04/2000 8:16:03 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> << Please oh please do NOT use steel wool. It'll leave steel slivers all
> over the place that will rust the first chance they get and perhaps cause
> dissimilar-metal problems as well. >>
> Good point...I'd forgotten (I do a lot of that lately...) that I'd used
> plastic gritty pads for furniture stripping or something like that...they
> hold up pretty well, too, and are just as flexible as steel wool.
> The thought occurs to me that steel wool particles in the No-Alox
> might not fare badly...they conduct, and the goop might just keep them
> rusting. As for the dissimar metals thing, I just dunno. It doesn't seem
> be an issue with stainless hose clamps (short term...).
> Appreciate the cautionary feedback.
> 73, Bert N4CW
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