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Remove rust from neck screws

Discussion in 'Hardware, Setup & Repair [BG]' started by Hiperi0n, Nov 24, 2005.


  1. Hello there..there's my first thread here..so nice to meet you all!i'm a bassist from Italy...i just got a bass and the neck screws have some rust...how you think i can remove it?
    someone told me to remove that screws and put in the coke :)
    but i don't want that coke also "eats" metal...what you think i should use?thanx a lot
     
  2. DemoEtc

    DemoEtc

    Aug 18, 2004
    Hey, welcome!

    Something like WD-40. I don't know if you have that over there, but it's basically a light, penetrating oil. Dont' get it on or in the wood though.

    Sometimes a good metal polish will work: Brasso, Silvero, Flitz. Or you can use an old toothbrush and a dab of toothpaste to get off the reall bad rust.

    Hope this helps.
     
  3. Hello there...thanx for the idea of toothbrush!
    about the WD-40 i dunno what it is...i think we don't have it..or it is called in another way..for what it is used?thanx anyway i will try with toothbrush!! :hyper:
     
  4. DemoEtc

    DemoEtc

    Aug 18, 2004
  5. ehehe great so exist also in Italy..ok i will search for it in shops...for the moment i will try with toothbrush as you said me...thanx man!!