Corro Dip FAQs


 Q Can CORRO DIP be used to clean car radiators?
 A Yes, but caution is required. Corro Dip will attack zinc/aluminium compounds. Use 1 litre per radiator. Run engine for a 1-5 hour period and then remove all liquid. Should Corro Dip be left in the vehicle longer than 5 hours, solder may be attacked.
 Q What effect will Corro Dip have on the following?
 A  Iron laminations - None.
  Cast Aluminium - All acids will affect cast aluminium.
  Insulating Lacquer - None.
  Plastic - None.
  Copper - Minor over long period of time.
  Solder - Minor over a long period of time.
 Q How can I extend the life of Corro Dip?
 A When not being used, keep mixed solution away from air. Strain off sediment and store solution in airtight container.
 Q Can Corro Dip be reused?
 A Yes - sediment should be strained off on a regular basis and fresh Corro Dip added to base solution. Whilst Corro Dip will not last forever its effective life will be extended.
 Q My Corro Dip solution has gone brown. Will it still work?
 A Yes, but you may need to add some fresh Corro Dip.
 Q How can I speed the action of Corro Dip?
 A Heating the water and/or causing it to circulate will accelerate its effectiveness.
 Q Can spent liquid be put in drains?
 A Generally yes, unless heavy metals have been treated.
Q Are there any special use precautions?
A Corro Dip is safer to use than most (all?) other rust removers - just use sensible precautions. You can reach in to the bath with your bare hands to pick out your item, but do wash your hands afterwards or some staining may occur. Store the diluted mixture in an airtight container (with the lid on!) as this is safer around the home and the product lasts longer this way. If you do get it in your eyes, flush immediately with plenty of water. Corro Dip is non-flammable, non-hazardous, non-caustic, non-toxic and safe to use.


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