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Old 10-20-2012, 11:24 PM
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Kills two birds with one stone.
I suggested that because Troy provides a good endosement of the product.

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Come on you guys ...Theres only one product that'll do this and do it cheap too and thats Ospho It not only removes rust it'll keep bare metal rust free for years if its inside ,if its out in the rain and eliments 4-6 mon...at 20 dollars a qt its the onlyone I'd go with...Although that clear epoxysounds interesting although I never use epoxy unless I use Ospho first just hit the search button at the top of the page and enter "Ospho" everything you need to know is right here including adhesion tests and directions on using it properly...
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Ospho won't work for the OP, he is looking for a crystal clear coating that will protect his metal
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Yeah it needs to be crystal clear.
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Old 10-22-2012, 06:19 AM
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Ospho drys clear..,it wont shine like clear but you cant tell its on there either, it just looks like bare metal
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