FOXALIC1 Oxalic Acid - Rust Remover Hull Deck Cleaner
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Oxalic acid's main applications include cleaning or bleaching, especially for the removal of rust, e.g. Bar Keepers Friend is an example of a household cleaner containing oxalic acid.
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About 25% of produced oxalic acid is used as a mordant in dyeing processes. It is used in bleaches, especially for pulpwood.
Oxalic acid, "wood bleach", is used to remove stains and lighten darkened gray weathered wood. A solution (approx 115 grams per 5 litres of water) of oxalic acid crystals dissolved in water should be applied to the discolored area. Stains will fade and disappear in twenty minutes or less following this application. New Pressure treated lumber: A treatment of Oxalic acid will open up the mill glaze and allow you to seal or stain the wood. I have never been an advocate of the old rumor that "you should let it dry out for a year". Leaving any wood unprotected for a year only leads to a dirty gray look, splitting and cracking. Oxalic acid is also used in commercial rust removers to remove iron rust stains from tubs and sinks.
Oxalic acid is also an important reagent in lanthanide chemistry. Hydrated lanthanide oxalates form readily in strongly acid solution in a densely crystalline easily filtered form, largely free of contamination by non-lanthanide elements. Lanthanide oxalates figure importantly in commercial processing of lanthanides, and are used to recover lanthanides from solution after separation. Upon ignition, lanthanide oxalates convert to the oxides, which are the most common form in which the lanthanides are marketed.
Oxalic acid is used in the restoration of old wood. Its reducing properties are utilized in platinotype, the early photographic platinum/palladium printing process.
Vaporized oxalic acid, or a 6% solution of oxalic acid in sugar syrup, is used by some beekeepers as a miticide against the parasitic Varroa mite.
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