Why some acids good for rust, some bad?

Posted: January 21, 2007 By: DPDISXR4Ti

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    Here’s a question I’ve always had. It has to do with the seemingly opposing effect of acids on metal. We’ve all seen how battery acid can destroy a car body if left in contact with the steel. Yet we also see acid products like Fast Etch that are designed to neutralize rust when preparing a metal surface for paint.

    Can someone explain this apparent dichotomy to me?

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