1959 white Schwinn corvette super rare??

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Notagamerguy

Finally riding a big boys bike
What’s the soak time for bath like this?
Depends how warm the water is. ushally a day or 12 hours works best if its cooler i keep it in for 2. Also depends on how much rust and product you put in. Once its done i pressure wash them lightly the coat with pledge or wd40
 

GTs58

I'm the Wiz, and nobody beats me!
Old paint is really porous and the longer you leave it soaking the more damage you'll cause in the long run. You'll have a whole new crop of weeds growing a year later. Less time is more. LMAO..................... :tonguewink:
 

avanti

Look Ma, No Hands!
I highly recommend using Metal Rescue as opposed to any acids or abrasives. Metal Rescue is water-based and will not harm the paint. Full disassemble and soak everything for 48 hours or until the water turns black. Make sure to do indoors or where the temp will not drop below 65 degrees. Use a water heater drip pan to soak the wheels separately. Expect to use at least two bottles, which you get get at Home Depot or Autozone.

 

Phattiremike

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Last count I heard was 13-15 known white corvettes. Here’s mine before installing the speedo and headlight.
-mike

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