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Old 07-03-2013, 02:57 AM
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Stroker I agree you should never paint over rust. You would not believe how many cans of this stuff are sold every day. I stood in a booth for over 20 years and dealt with people who believe this with their heart and soul that when it rerusted it was because THEY did something wrong. Due to DEP sandblasting was prohibited on projects for lead paint that would fall into the waterways or surrounding areas.That's when they developed the silver primer to seal it up It was noted that *sandblasting was a preferred prep but where sandblasting was prohibited'' excellent results were achieved with the use of wire wheels and grinders'.' From there it went to the antique car hobby and was sold intact for a period of time.Then everything changed the resin changed,the thinner was changed and the pigment was changed.The people that had it changed had never touched a car or a can of paint in their them it was the same stuff. And at least three more companies copied what they did.What and how is sold in the industry and what is sold in the car hobby is different, if this technology is used correctly you will get outstanding results.
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