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    Thanks for the linseed oil tip Estland. Never thought of linseed oil for metal

    Regards, Lars

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    chris the wife is having trouble getting her top lip in the bucket any better ideas,lol

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    Hi guys and thanks for the replies.
    So if i don't brush it the black color will remain. Ok i got it now. Still learning on this.
    Next project.
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    Hello mate

    Nice setup A few tips. Try and create a sort of ring of iron bars.

    Regards, Lars
    Mate what do you mean by the ring?
    You mean to place more iron bars around the bucket and create a circle by connecting them together?
    Or to get more bars and attach them together? Like now i have 2 bars connected together. Should i attach 5 bars let's say?

    Stainless is dangerous indeed. It's not only the toxic fumes. The water also becomes very toxic and it's forbidden even to pour it in the ground. I wouldn't like toxic stuff next to my plants
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    Hello don,

    Check out this video. It's my setup The sounds is not very good. I have 4 iron bars connected at the top. Helps distributing the current evenly. My electrolysis setup. - YouTube

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    Regards, Lars

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    Quote by Datrus View Post
    Hello mate

    Nice setup A few tips. Try and create a sort of ring of iron bars.

    Regards, Lars



    Datrus have good point!That works well!

    Best!

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    Thanks my friend

    Regards, Lars

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    Thanks Lars. I saw it again in the past but i will watch it more carefully this time.
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    New set up. I have placed 6 iron bars around the bucket and connected them on top with wire.
    Is it better this way?
    Lars do i have to connect the iron bars on the bottom (inside the bucket) with wire too or is it ok to be connected just on the top outside the water?
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    Looks very good Don! You do not have to connect them in the bottom. Now you are ready to rock and roll

    Regards, Lars

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