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    Good as New! Laser Beam Removes Rust Faster Than You Read This Line

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    Old metal objects will shine again thanks to a powerful laser beam which totally removes rust and paint in a twinkle of an eye.

    The 1000W P-Laser an ecological and cost-efficient alternative to chemical processes.

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