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Restoring artillery shells ~

Article about: I have picked up several WWII shells in quite good condition as the area is extremely dry ~ ( WWII Australian training artillery range circa 1942- 1945 ) I have had a quick browse through th

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    And the Best part of ALL !?

    If you don't get satisfaction ~ YOU CAN EAT the base product ~ !!!

    LOL

    ( Lets see you do that with ANY other cleaning product !!! )


    Just a word of warning.. if you use the lanolin spray as I have for the final protective coat .. use it in stgaes and in moderation as it can easily end up being a sticky mess ~

    Best to wipe on with a rag , applying several coats over time ~ The metal appears to soak up the first of it ~ but once saturation is reached it can go into over kill ~

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    Hey mate,started my own bath yesterday,a number of no 9 and no 10 pencils went for a swim,will keep a close eye on them..thanks for the molasses info! Sean

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    Some really good results here I know sod about cleaning up shells? but the results are great...Thanks for an interesting thread. Cheers Terry.

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