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Weld discoloration





I am relatively new to this site so please forgive me if this one has been covered in the past. I am a recent engineering graduate and enjoy metalworking in my spare time. I need to remove the discoloration caused by welding. I want to avoid abrasives and buffing because the welded pieces have a #8 finish. I have tried some commercial products, but the results were not so great. Any suggestions?

Thanks

Matt Buck
- Houston, Texas
2000



Matt,

The weld discolorization can be removed using a stainless steel weldment cleaner and a portable power supply.

David Crocker
- Valencia, California
2000




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