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Ancient Rusted Electric Stove RESTORATION


Hey Guyz ! Welcome to My Channel. Today, I’m
here with a new project of a Old Rusty Electric Stove… See How Old is this ! This is Useless
and we’ll Make it again Useful. It’s Totally Jammed with Rust. So, I’m Using the WD40 or
any sort of Machinery Oil. These Bolts are Totally Strucked with Rust. So, Using Rotary
Tool is Good Idea. I turned Down the Volume Because I Don’t Like the Noise Produced by
Cutting and Sanding. This is my GoodLuck that these Nuts Opened… Here, I’m Using Diluite
Sulphuric Acid and if U want to Use the Acid then, Please Prefer Ur Safety. Working with
Acid is Too Much Dangerous. See how it is Reacting ! Acid Removedf all the Rust..
And Now, I’m Using Common Water to Rinse it. Here, I got Rid of Primer Paint So, I used
White Colour Paint as Primer. These Strips I Got From my Junkyard and Now, I’m Also Restoring
This…. 🙂 I Curved the Strips a little bit and Drilled Some Holes. here, I’m Using Nichrome
Wire instead of Kanthal.I’m Putting the Insulator as it is. Actually, I tried to remove these
Stains But I failed.. Please tell me how to Clean these Stains. By the way, these Stains
are making texture Effect.. Looking Good ! By Using the Oil, Beacause Oil Gives a Long life
to the Wood by Preventing it from Termites and also give Beauty to the Wood. Wow ! It Works…

Glenn Chapman

100 Comments

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  2. Very impressive restoration. The before looked like it was going to be a huge undertaking. But you pulled it off. KUDOS!!

  3. I really like your videos because you don't restore with expensive tools and other kit that most of us couldn't afford. You do the best you can with what you have available and yet you still do a really good job. Now, your question about the stained ceramic plate under the heating coil. Heat resistant ceramic paint will bring it up beautifully and cover all the stains. probably two coats will be needed. GOOD LUCK!

  4. Amazing job!‏ an awesome video!
    Your commentary and notes during the video contribute a lot. Well done!

  5. "Ancient" and "electric" ought never be in the same sentence. Seriously.

  6. After 6 Hours later!, It should be after 6 hours or 6 hours later. Anyways u streched the video, it could have been shorter, make short videos admin.

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  8. Stains seem to come from spilled material, in other words most probably they are carbon, so heat the ceramic up to at least ~800°C (in a ceramic furnace, on a really wildly burning fireplace or furnace fire etc.) then stains may oxidize to carbon dioxide and disappear. If they turn to yellowy red instead of disappearing, then they are most probably iron oxide stains as open air heating turns black magnetite to red hematite, then you can try some acids but they might damage the ceramic also.

  9. Everything seems as usual until you were working on the wood lathe that amazed me👍👍

  10. i was afraid of the acid, how do i dispose of the used part, i have it in jar right now, can i reuse it?

  11. Next time try Brake Fluid it will help to removed rusted bolts to remove it. We used it here.

  12. Я тоже восстановил подобную печку , еще и спец краской красил … идиот … это я про себя , краска дороже новой печки вышла , обгорела за 10-ть часов …

  13. Я тоже восстановил подобную печку , еще и спец краской красил … идиот … это я про себя , краска дороже новой печки вышла , обгорела за 10-ть часов …

  14. build avapor blaster to remove rust wet/dry tpe and make a powder cote oven DYI and byy the way nice restoring some memorable old stuff,it will improve what your doing

  15. You are very talented and make enjoyable videos! Are you an engineer? How did you know how to make this work? Love transformations, so satisfying.

  16. Бля такие трудозатраты на этот ширпотреб! В чем рентабельность? Ладно бы вещь была стоящая, баллончик с хорошей краской стоит так же как этот кусок говна

  17. Video was a (thumbs up)
    I wanted to share this piece of knowledge that you may benefit from.

    How to properly pull the heating wire:
    1- measure the total length of required usage.
    2- make a marking on any strait surface at your place to the required length.
    3- tie one side of the wire to anything stationary (heavy).
    4- pull the wire slowly to the required length.
    you should get an evenly spread coil.

    Hope you enjoy this and teach others.

  18. woow. new rust build up in old stove? great runny paint looks amazing. +1 view from me.

  19. Felicitaciones increíble todo lo que haces veo que eres muy polifacético 👍👍🤣

  20. Your woodworking skills are outstanding. Great job. And Marcus had a wonderful suggestion about ceramic paint.

  21. Imma be totally honest. Your accent is so soothing. Can you like, make vlogs or something?

  22. I really like the way you restored all of that. It's clear, details, and even look way more great than the original. Keep it up bro!

  23. Dear friend, you don't restored or wiped the basis of electric resistence.

  24. First i thought you will never ever repair this old rusty stove. But you hav done it,verry verry well. Ilike it so much. <3

  25. Wow.. the way of video edit & comment is very kind. I’d like to like&subscribe ur channel😚

  26. Боя казел бесит твой англ разговор,можно было просто пал музыку

  27. Good job. As for the stain, without knowing what the stain was, I don't have any suggestions as to how to clean it.

  28. Very good work Keep it up its very nice iam in India and you call 91 9908613282

  29. If u dont talk tis video will be a good video…. what the hack is common water? Is there any uncommon water as well? Lmfao……. your indian accents english really irritating…. sorry to say that….

  30. Did you try using sand paper to remove the black spots from the insulator?

  31. Excelente trabajo!! te felicito por la prolijidad y dedicación!! me encantan esas cocinillas!!

  32. Hola esa es una lámina muy fina va a quedar muy fragil pero me gusta tu empeño de restaurar contigo NADA está perdido! Feliz día

  33. Hello. I enjoyed watching you restore this old stove. You make me think that I could do similar restorations, myself, and I'm an old grandmother. Never tried it before, but now I will. Good job! Thank you.

  34. Good job 👍🏻 I noticed you are truly proficient using the lathe…you should make something using just that I would love to see your work!👍🏻❤️😊

  35. Amazing. You are a fantastic artist. How many hours did it take to restore this hot plate ???????

  36. Класс плитка как нов.Мододец.Втая жизнь вещи этой.Класс 100%баллов.

  37. Ojalá puedas leerme, me encanta la paciencia que pones en las restauraciones te quedan espectacular muchas felicidades desde Chile te saludo…😘

  38. I appreciated that you turned the volume down when sanding and polishing.. then I noticed that a neighbor is using a weed whacker so I'm hearing that annoying sound. Great work. I like the stains too – as you said, texture. They make me think of calico cats, the ones with 3 colors. Gorgeous lathe work also.

  39. hi in the uk this would be banded my mate had one from his mum the key worker had it be cause it was not safe
    the heating wire can go bad why you put a new one in

  40. I love your videos you are great at restoring stuff keep up the good work

  41. Ancient? Not exactly. A wire brush would have removed the char residue off the ceramic

  42. Good job. But it is not perfect. If you paint using heat resistant paint and clean the heating tray, it will become perfectly.

  43. Roughly painted, protruding heads of the screws for fastening the handles, unevenly stacked nichrome spiral … Could be a little more careful.

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