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Using electrolysis to remove rust?

I have been doing some reading on this subject and I like what I have learned so far. As you know they cannot put anything on the internet that is not real. So when I read about all the different techniques out there I wonder which works best. Have any of you tried this? How did you do it? How did it turn out? What are the best mixture ratios? Got any before and after photographs? How much surface prep was required before paint? What affect did the electrolysis process have an any paint left on the surface prior to treatment?
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