Intake--Exhaust porcelain

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15 Jun 2007 05:57 #7206 by 1930 Jordan
1930 Jordan created the topic: Intake--Exhaust porcelain
I have intake- exhaust manifold off my x-brand car now, and I would like some info on how or what I could use to clean up the porcelain on it. The porcelain is original and in good shape. There is some minor rust spots on it, what could I use to clean this thing up and not damage any existing porcelain on the manifold?? Man what a mess this thing was on the inside of it. I just love those mice don't you guy's?? This was stored in a corn crib for about 12 years. Buy the way this thing came off real nice No problems. I had it off in 45 min. Removed from my in-line 8 Jordan.

1930 Jordan"G" line 90,1953 Plymouth,1951 Chrysler Saratoga,1975 Dart,1974 Schwinn Collgate,1978 Schwinn Continental,1971 Honda 500"4",1973 Honda 350"twin",1975 Honda 500"twin",1955 Norton,1988 Honda Shadow custom,05 crossfire roadster.

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05 Dec 2008 15:57 #12086 by oldbanger71
oldbanger71 replied the topic:
Try to ge hold of a new bottle of NIGRIN's wheel activ cleaner Nano-line,
( the one that's first blue while application and turnes violet after reaction ) dab it generously in the rustspot and leave it for about 20 minuts, clear it of with lots of water, drye it thoroughly with a hotair gun or hairdryer and use either stoweennamell or heatrestitant paint immidiatley! I use it on rusty stonechiped carbodys for clearing of sufacerust bevore touching up the chiped part and prewenting furter rust and avoiding to sand the whole spot.
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