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    Default Rust Killer

    When I took my suitcase weights off for the summer I noticed the bracket they hang on had a layer of rust on it. I cleaned most of the rust off with a wire brush and an abrasive wheel on a drill.
    I picked up a Loctite product at TSC that supposed to seal the rust in.
    I put down 2 coats and the next next morning the rust was colored black. 2 coats of rustoleum black paint and it looks good as new. Will have to see how long it lasts.
    Rust Converter Spray, Extend Rust Neutralizer from Loctite Adhesives
    Gear Up and Throttle Down.

    2011 Massey 2615, 7ft Woods Rear Discharge Finish Mower, 6 ft Lucknow Snow Blower, Danuser post hole digger with 12" and 24" augers, 350 lb 3 pt broadcast spreader, 7ft scraper blade, 7 ft. drag harrow, JD GT 275 rider with 38" snow blower attachment.


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    Default Re: Rust Killer

    That is good to know about! Thanks!

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    Default Re: Rust Killer

    yes. will have to see how long it lasts. please keep us posted as i always run into something that looks good at first, but doesn't last long and makes me feel like i wasted my time and money making it look good the first time and it doesn't last. usually i resort to a film covering of used waste oil. that does work, but i am looking for a better way.

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    Default Re: Rust Killer

    Based solely on what I read on the Hotrodders forums, all this stuff does is turn the top layer of rust black. It doesn't remove it, it doesn't do anything to the rust underneath that layer and consequently doesn't stop further rusting. Supposedly the only way to really stop rust is to abrade the surface and seal with epoxy and then paint.

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