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Oxalic Acid 1kg (99.6 purity) - CHEAPEST ON Trademe


Oxalic Acid Wood Bleach
Very effective and useful for eliminating black rust stains on wood, e.g. where firearms have gotten wet and not been disassembled, the metal rusted and stained the wood). Mix as directed, apply warm, rinse and neutralize as directed, very simple, works wonders.

SAFELY REMOVE TOUGH SURFACE STAINS WITHOUT BLEACHING THE WOOD

Have you ever removed the finish from a piece of furniture and found black stains or black rings from metal pots? Have you ever removed the finish from a floor and found black or deep brown pet urine stains in the wood, which no amount of sanding will take out? These are all iron stains caused by the chemical reaction of tannic acid in the wood mixing with the trace metals in urine and water.

Oxalic acid is an all natural, organic compound. It’s found in vegetables like sorrel, spinach and rhubarb. There’s so much of it in rhubarb leaves that we don’t eat them, they’re poisonous! There are many processes to extract it from vegetation, but modern methods manufacture it through the oxidation of carbohydrates or glucose using nitric acid or vanadium pentoxide. It is a relatively strong acid for it’s acid group. It is important to use protective gear when handling oxalic acid.

The main use of oxalic acid can remove is as a bleach, particularly with wood and to remove iron stains all while not bleaching the wood. For small spots, it is suggested that users mix about two tablespoons of it in a quart of hot tap water and allow it to dissolve. For larger spots, or entire sections of a floor, there are directions on the next tab.

When dissolved, use an artist brush and paint it in the mixture on the stained areas only. Allow to dry. The stain will lighten. If it does not disappear, then do another coat. You may need to coat it three or four times, allowing time to dry between coats. Once the stain is gone you can sometimes get a slight halo effect around the area where the stain was bleached. Please click here to ask a question
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