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Old 10-21-2013, 06:13 PM
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i thought you had used the dupont . i dropped dupont about 12 years ago so dont know how it has changed. x2 on nason or dimension . reading the tech sheets on kirker should be all you need.

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Nope, the only Dupont branded Epoxy I've ever used was a few months ago and that was Nason. I used to use PPG's DP line on my own projects even when I was repping Dupont...that was when DP40 was DP40....and when they added the LF or should I say took out the lead (LF..Lead Free) it sure did change.

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How about Pcl epoxy ? I have used it sine i can get it local and a few shops near me use it also
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Dare I say it?

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Old 10-22-2013, 06:03 AM
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for flash rust ????? it's just going to flash again when you rinse it .
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Thats why you dont rince it,you let it dry then scuff,W& G and shoot your epoxy...just like the directions say....Thats how I would do it but I would have done it when I got the frame back so there wouldn't be any flash rust later on.... you should read up on ospho and what can happen if not done properly, BEFORE using it.....
Something else you can do is get a small spot blaster to hit the flash rust spots and then epoxy,it'll be a bit messy though...
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the awesome thing with phosphoric acid with flash rust is just merely wiping the metal with a saturated rag or shop towel wipes the rust away. However, I'm too reluctant to experience potential epoxy incompatibilities that so many do, so I don't do this unless something other than epoxy is going down.
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Old 10-23-2013, 07:11 AM
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only use epoxy over bare steel ,that is, if you want it to last...
As far as I can tell the biggest mistake people make is not wiping it off enough or at all and leaving to much film
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