Teach you how to deal with rusty stainless steel screws in lifeTeach you how to deal with rusty stainless steel screws in life
Nails are frequently used in daily life, but they tend to rust over time. If they rust, how to loosen stainless steel screws. Use the following aspects to solve:
1 Shock: For rusty screws, do not use a wrench to tighten them, to prevent the six-sided edges and corners of the screw from being screwed, or the screw is broken or the wrench is broken. At this time, you can gently shake the handle of the wrench with a hammer, and generally rusty screws can be shaken off.
2 Knock: Use the edge of the square top hammer to knock the corroded stainless steel nut, which can easily loosen the nut. For example, the nuts of the fixing bolts at both ends of the pedal of a bicycle can be used to grasp the force of the nut according to the thickness of the pedal and the metal structure. The nut on the cast iron can be slightly stronger, and the nut on the plastic should be tapped lightly. If it still doesn't work, tap the nut in a circular direction with a hammer to remove the nut easily.
3. Burning: Some screws are severely corroded, and the above method still does not work, you can use "fire attack". Use gas welding oxidizing flame to fully grill the screws and nuts, and then drip a trace of oil on the red screws. The purpose of heating the screw is to heat the screw to expand. The purpose of dripping oil is to quickly shrink the screw when cold, increase the gap between the screw rod and the stainless steel nut, and the nut can be unscrewed after the oil flows in. However, use this method with caution if there are plastic devices nearby.
4 punch: The top of the stainless steel screw of some devices is corroded and out of shape, and it cannot be unloaded with a wrench or wire cutter. The impact method can be used. First use a hammer and a flat screwdriver to hit a v-shaped groove in the vertical direction of the top of the screw. Then, adjust the angle of the punching cone and impact in the direction of screwing out. After loosening, you can use wire cutters to unscrew the screw. When the "one" or "cross" screw is slippery, this method can also be used, combined with wire cutters to unscrew the screw.
5 Welding: It is not uncommon to unscrew the screws when disassembling the device. For screws with broken tops, electric drills are generally not used, because the thread holes will be broken if you are not careful. The better way is to weld a long iron block on the broken wire by electric welding.