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GROUND FIND lighter Restoration.

I bought this rusty vintage lighter which was found from the ground. I will restore and rescue this vintage item. The lighter is an Imco Triplex 6600 Junior. I really enjoy repairing these Imco lighters because they have such interesting mechanics, but I will do other stuff as well. You can see one side is much rustier and the rust is darker because it has been underground. That speeds up the rusting process because the water in the dirt doesn't evaporate as fast as from the surface. The lighter need a complete reassembly because it needs to be re-plated with nickel to prevent it from rusting again. I'm wondering if my video titles should say ASMR restoration or repair because so many comments in my video mention that.

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The disassembly took a bit of figuring out how it was put together but other than that the only trouble I had was the pin that was stuck inside the wheel. Eventually I had to drill it out and even then there was a piece of metal (from the pin I assume) stuck inside the wheel. There was a space between the 2 holes on the wheel which allowed the metal piece to move around and I wasn't able to push it out so I had to try to drill it out. I used a nail to block the piece from moving around too much so the drill would catch it.

After I had all the pieces apart, I used a rust remover to remove the rust. The solution is proprietary but I'm confident that it is a acidic solution with some chelating agents and other stuff that enhance the reaction caused by the acid. The "fuel tank" was bubbling a while after I poured the rust remover so I figured that could be a result of unwanted dissolving as no other rusty components were bubbling. I tested with magnet that it should be steel but I didn't want to risk it as spare parts would be impossible to find. I just wasted the part with the rust remover, which is more work for me but much shorter exposure to the acid. After this I washed everything with water and dried it.

After the rust was gone I carefully sanded the rust damages from the pieces and polished them. For flat areas I started with 400 grit paper and over the patterns I only sanded quickly with very fine papers starting from 1500 grits. this helps me to get better polish but doesn't ruin the patterns.

For the nickel plating I used a solution of nickel sulphate and nickel acetate which I've made. You can learn more about the process when you search for "electroplating". As an improvement to my previous projects I added a third anode. This will allows me better exposure to the plating process so all areas will have more even plating. It's also a good idea to turn the pieces around every once in a while.

The assembly was quite simple process. I was a little worried how to put the pin in while holding all the parts in place with the spring and all, but because I sharpened the tip of the pin it found it's way through easily.

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