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Washing with potable water is used to reduce the soluble salt level on steel. However, such water contains low levels of various salts that will deposit on the surface as the water dries. At what point does washing deposit more salt than it removes?


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From Fotis Sakelliadis of STELMA T.S.A. on February 26, 2016:
Before the water dries, air blowing will help to remove the soluble salts.

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