How do you burn/destroy/melt a metal keyring?

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I just want to make something unrecognisable. A single flame has not worked. It's not done anything at all to it.
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I mean but why? > I’ll tell you but I’m curious to ask why first.

I know multiple ways down from fire to household chemicals
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I just want to make something unrecognisable. A single flame has not worked. It's not done anything at all to it.
Steel can be dissolved with a diluted solution of nitric acid and water. The chemical make up of nitric acid reacts to the iron in steel, producing iron nitrate and hydrogen gas. As this chemical reaction takes place, the steel begins to dissolve.
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Do you know what metal it is?

Do you have access to any power tools?
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Steel can be dissolved with a diluted solution of nitric acid and water. The chemical make up of nitric acid reacts to the iron in steel, producing iron nitrate and hydrogen gas. As this chemical reaction takes place, the steel begins to dissolve.
He might be trying to break the law. Should have asked why first
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I know how to do with with household chemicals or a house hold appliance that both of them everyone has and it’ll completely destroy any metal but I want to know why first like anon stated
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He might be trying to break the law. Should have asked why first
If you're allowed this in a science lab, then you're allowed it at home.
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If you're allowed this in a science lab, then you're allowed it at home.
Yes but op is breaking the law from a set of keys he stole and that’s why he wants to make them unrecognisable
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Yes but op is breaking the law from a set of keys he stole and that’s why he wants to make them unrecognisable
I understand. There are many ways like feeding it to your fish and setting it free.
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I mean but why? > I’ll tell you but I’m curious to ask why first.

I know multiple ways down from fire to household chemicals
It's a gift from someone I want to I don't talk to anymore.
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(Original post by BeautifulQueen)
Steel can be dissolved with a diluted solution of nitric acid and water. The chemical make up of nitric acid reacts to the iron in steel, producing iron nitrate and hydrogen gas. As this chemical reaction takes place, the steel begins to dissolve.
Say that again in English.

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Do you know what metal it is?

Do you have access to any power tools?
I think it's stainless steel.
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He might be trying to break the law. Should have asked why first
LMAOOO you guys are cracking me up:hahaha:Thanks for the laugh, man
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It's a gift from someone I want to I don't talk to anymore.
I knew it
You can try putting it into vinegar mixed with salt
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I know how to do with with household chemicals or a house hold appliance that both of them everyone has and it’ll completely destroy any metal but I want to know why first like anon stated
Yeah well I want to destroy a gift.
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Say that again in English.

Steel can be dissolved with a diluted solution of HNO₃ and H2O. The chemical make up of HNO₃ reacts to the Fe in steel, producing Fe(NO₃)₃ and hydrogen gas. As this chemical reaction takes place, the steel begins to dissolve.
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Anonymous #1
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Yes but op is breaking the law from a set of keys he stole and that’s why he wants to make them unrecognisable
LOOOOL😂😂 you're actually telling yourself stories😂😂 day 5 of quarantine be like:
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Anonymous #1
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**It's a gift from someone I don't talk to anymore.
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Just cudgel it into oblivion with a hammer :rolleyes:
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I knew it
You can try putting it into vinegar mixed with salt
Do you know if that will really work?
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