Awesome Restoring

Restoring a Rusty WWII Pocket Knife

Restoring a Rusty WWII Pocket Knife

This vintage WWII-era knife was caked up with a massive amount of rust and grime. Lost & Restored shows us how they managed to remove the rust and bring this commemorative pocket knife from the U.S.S. Wasp back to life. We were surprised to see how many parts it had when it was fully disassembled.

Restoring a 1980s Handheld Pinball Game

Restoring a 1980s Handheld Pinball Game

What you’re looking at here is an old digital pinball game that dates back nearly four decades. TysyTube found the yellowed and badly-scratched handheld system on an auction site, and painstakingly restored it to like-new condition. Using that ice cube tray as a screw sorter is a brilliant lifehack.

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Restoring a Parking Meter

Restoring a Parking Meter

With the advent of pay stations and mobile parking apps, meters are becoming a rare sight. But these coin-collecting dinosaurs still have some neat mechanical bits worth exploring inside of them, as Rescue & Restore shows as they down a 1960s Duncan meter and makes it like new again. That shiny red coat is a thing of beauty.

Restoring a Rusty Table Fan

Restoring a Rusty Table Fan

In this video from Odd Tinkering, they took a rusty old tabletop fan and make it look as good as new. The process involved multiple stages, most notably the use of a laser cleaning machine from W2M, which burns away rust and paint without damaging the underlying metal, along with electrolysis to pull away rust from the fan’s cage.

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