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Old 10-02-2012, 01:40 AM   #1
Dec 2010
Houston, TX
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I picked up a used chest freezer to build a keezer. The seams in the freezer have some rust, So I'm going to scrape the rust, apply some naval jelly, prime and rustoleum.

My question is about rinsing the naval jelly. What should I do with the water diluted naval jelly after rinsing?

I'm guessing it's still somewhat reactive even diluted. So, I want to have a plan on how to get the solution out of the freezer and dispose.

I'm wondering if it's ok to just drain it through the freezer drain into a shallow pan and just dump it down the sewer drain.

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Old 10-02-2012, 02:02 AM   #2
Nov 2010
Mahopac, NY
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Just sand the rust and use a rust neutralizer. Naval jelly just seems to make a mess.
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