Primus No 0 - 1928

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  1. Admin

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    The same shaped legs as the 1923 Primus No 0, already in the SRG, but different to the 1939 Primus No 0

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  2. Shed-man

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    Yet another well presented stove Iani. Thanks for sharing it with us. You are doing all stove collectors a great service by listing your treasures in the SRG. With luck, they will be there forever as a Reference source. Well done mate - Steve.
     
  3. nikos

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    Wow, amazing cleaning ! It looks like brand new, especially the burner =P~

    Did you spray paint the ... thing on the last picture ? (how do you say in english ??).
     
  4. Admin

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    Hello Nikos

    Yes, I sprayed the thing ( pan-ring/trivet)


    My method for cleaning the trivets :
    Rusty or not, I heat the trivet up, until it is red hot by working all the way round, with a blow torch. The rust will go a reddy/powdery colour. Boil it up or Cold Soak in Citric Acid. Using a stiff wire brush clean the trivet, rinse in fresh water, dry off with a clean cloth, then put in the airing cupboard for a couple days and then paint.
    Easy peasy.

    Steve - Nothing lasts forever.