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Guys,

Im thinking about parking some mags and other small parts. I was thinking about using a Stanless stew pot and a single burner to heat the solution.

Do the tools I use to dip the parts have to be stainless as well?
 

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The rusted fender indeed........;)
 

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For the small parts I do in the stainless pot, I just use coat hangers. Others suggest using stainless wire, but I'm not sure of the need. Before I park the parts I blast the wires as well as the parts. They both get parked.
 

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If you are only doing a few parts I don't think you need to use stainless wire hangers.
I've done small parts stuck to magnets that were hung on wires. No issues.
 

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The reason to use etainless is you don't want a constant reaction between the solution and the tank thereby using up the park solution. Using regular steel hangers and such is not a problem as long as they are not stored in the solution.
 

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Thanks guys, I remember from the tupperware party everything was stainless and I forgot to ask why. When I get this rig built, I'll host a NW-VA Park Party for Misc. Small Parts
 
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