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There are several companies that advertise an electronic rust protection for use on automobiles. I don't understand the explanations despite that I've had highschool chemistry, physics and I've read about electroplating and metal cleaning and I've been employed as an electronics technician many years. I learned about batteries and ions, anions etc. The electronic rust protection doesn't make sense to me and the equipment advertised is very expensive in some cases.
Re: How does electronic rust protection work on automobiles?
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