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Where the bulb, goes into the socket looks bad.
Would putting in the Electric Dish Washer break down the corrosion??
Bathing it in Naval Jelly for a day, break down the corrosion?
It has been there for 38 Years..


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Some plain old baking soda might do it.

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This may sound weird, but try cocacola, at about 4 pH it will shine up a penny overnight, but unless you leave it in for a week it shouldn't damage anything, just be sure and rinse it out well, might cause cavities!


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I hear, that the cop's around Houston use a 2 Leter Bottle, to wash blood off of the street..

I do not know if it is true...


I will try both Ideas, can't hurt..

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It's been suggested before to soak in vinegar for a few hours... never tried it tho! Supposed to remove deposits and such from metal and such.
Let us know what works,
Bill C.


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100% Vineger, but still is going to take 24 Hours to remove 38 Years of "CRUD"..

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