There is a hole in the tank, oh Henry.

The Elfie Reservoir is a jewel. Generally without clutter, with chrome fairly well preserved. As already described, I took the work in "rotary attack" in the drum dryer. The first sanding session highlighted a large amount of rust dust and a second treatment gear enhanced the image in the tank. This should now be followed by treatment with zirtonic acid and then a neutralization by means of detergent (dishwashing detergent). When filling the acid, however, I had to observe with horror that the tank was leaking. At the lowest point on both sides, it has small rust holes. Lightweight tightening and drilling with the screwdriver did not result in a pin size of up to approximately 2 10mm holes. Great frustration! A quick search on the net has resulted in a new price for tanks between 300 and 500 euros. Well thanks I then asked a friend – a complexion in the vintage wool restorer – for sealing options using putty or cold metal. After all, the holes are not very big. He advised me, because these solutions are not close in the long run. Good friend he is, he offered me but to weld the tank. There is the jewel now. About the result will be to report …

Outside of hui, inside poo …

Place of incontinence

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