When restoring or rebuilding an old classic car or truck, there’s a good chance you’ll have to deal with some rusted-over parts or unwanted paint.
Simply replacing the parts is easy, but that can also get costly. With so many projects being built on a budget, this is a solid way to save you can save some cash by cleaning off the built-up gunk and basically prepare parts for and additional cleaning/scuffing and paint or powder-coat.
Davin Reckow shows how easy stripping rust and paint and grease and grime can be, thanks to a special ingredient recommended by a dairy farmer: Dairyland Sterosol Milkstone Remover and Acid Rinse!
Davin demonstrates how well this cheap alternative works in an ultra-sonic cleaner, but only the heat cycle is being used. At home, going DIY, this can be done in a crockpot.
What is Dairyland Sterosol Milkstone Remover and Acid Rinse?
Dairyland Sterosol Milkstone Remover & Acid Rinse removes milkstone from bulk tanks, pipeline cleaners, pipelines, milking machines, utensils, and other dairy equipment.
- Effectively removes milkstone from pipes and tanks
- Works to get rid of unwanted acid
- Non-foaming formula
- Works easily on metals and glassware
- Contains sulfuric and phosphoric acids
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Editor’s Note: Be careful purchasing this product as the price varies greatly; we’ve seen it often in the $40-45 range, and over $70 on Amazon…