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1 Quart / 950ml 85% Food Grade Phosphoric Acid Rust Remover Clean Etch Metal
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UPC 840194117951
REGISTERED: 01/13/18
UPDATED: 11/27/20
1 Quart / 950ml 85% Food Grade Phosphoric Acid Rust Remover Clean Etch Metal
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1 Quart / 950ml 85% Food Grade Phosphoric Acid Rust Remover Clean Etch Metal


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  • 1 Quart / 950ml 85% Food Grade Phosphoric Acid Rust Remover Clean Etch Metal available on February 04 2015 from Amazon for 19.95
  • UPC bar code 840194117951 ξ1 registered February 04 2015
  • Product category is Grocery Food
  • Manufacturered by Duda Energy

Food Grade, 85% Concentration in Water May be used for making molar solutions for soap titrations in Biodiesel HDPE Bottle with Child Safety Cap Phosphoric Acid Food Grade, 85% Concentration by Duda Energy Chemical Formula: H3PO4 Density: 98g/ml Phosphoric acid is often used to acidify foods and beverages such as carious colas. It provides a tangy and sour taste. We use Phosphoric acid to treat the by-product of biodiesel. after methanol extraction, using phosphoric acid allows a clean separation of the glycerin and soaps. If done correctly, it can yield 90% pure glycerin. May also be used as a rust remover/inhibitor. Dilute to a 25-50% concentration with water and soak rusted metal parts. Over time, rust will remove and the phosphoric acid reacts with the metal to create a rust inhibiting barrier on the metal. Be sure to use gloves! Great for cleaning residue from metals.


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    ^ 1 Quart / 950ml 85% Food Grade Phosphoric Acid Rust Remover Clean Etch Metal, Duda Energy. Amazon. (revised Feb 2015)

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