How to Restore Horse-Drawn Farm Implements
Clean the farm implement with a mild detergent and warm water. Use a wash rag to remove the worst of the dirt. Dry the farm implement with a towel to prevent rusting. Once cleaned, it is possible to determine the extent of the damage or necessary restoration. Rotten wood or bad damage will need replacement rather than restoration. Most horse-drawn farm implements were made of iron or steel, so the main problem is typically rust.
Take the farm implement apart as necessary. Some implements will require removing parts, for which you will need a screwdriver to take out the screws. Others, such as horse-drawn rakes, do not require disassembly. If taken apart, set the pieces down in the order in which you removed them, so that when it's time to put the implement back together, you will know which piece goes where.
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