!? O², Brutus?!?
That’s what he gets for not being stainless steel man.
I’m a little rusty here. What’s happening?
“Oil Can, Oil Can!”
You cursed brat! Look what you’ve done! I’m rusting! RUSTING! Oh, what a world! What a world! Who would have thought a good little boy like you could …
Oh. the irony!
So, water we looking at, here?
Hey, water you up to kid?
The Oxidant is water, it oxidizes metal, especially iron. Iron Man is taking pictures with kids. The Mob looking dude is paying the kid to spray him and make is look like an accident. Then I assume the Iron Man will be like the Tin Man and freeze up! Hence some comments here about the Oil Can.
Neil Young will vouch for rust’s tenacity…
Rust never sleeps.
I hope his aim hasn’t gotten rusty.
yes! I just had to replace my stainless flatware because I was starting to see rust spots on knife blades, etc. I replaced them with 18/10 stainless steel. They are so pretty! so shiny! When it comes to the stainless steel composition used in flatware, 18/10 is the very best that you can get. The 18/10 composition contains 18 percent chromium and 10 percent nickel. The more nickel material, the more resistant stainless is to corrosion.
However, though the higher concentration of nickel (10 percent) makes it highly resistant to pitting, staining and rusting, it does not necessarily guarantee it. It really depends on how you care for the 18/10 quality stainless steel flatware. But, by buying 18/10 rather than 18/8 or 18/0, you have taken the first steps to ensure the highest quality and resistance possible.
Stainless Flatware Knives Are More Susceptible to RustOf the stainless flatware set, knives, in particular, are more susceptible to rust. That’s because flatware knives contain a certain amount of carbon steel in the blade construction, which is essential to make the knife blades harder and more durable than they would otherwise be if carbon was left out of the composition. This makes knives more prone to rust and stains than the rest of the flatware setting. If you examine your flatware, you’ll probably notice that those that have rust are generally the knife blades.
The kids invited him to ride the ferrous wheel.
Hopefully he’s painted with Rustoleum.
They’ll wind up having to send him to a rust home.
The “Kid” had built his street creed from wacken the Wicked Witch of the West.
The kid had better succeed, or his reputation will be tarnished.
At the end of the first movie, Tony says his suit is really made of a titanium alloy.
Good thing iron man always carries a can of WD 40.
Kid use hydrogen peroxide … more oxide!
How, exactly, would the kid make this look like an accident? Iron man isn’t going to have anything happen right away, so he can easily turn around and wack the kid.
don’t blame the kid – he’s just trying to supplement his allowance…