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Old 01-05-2003, 04:28 PM
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Post not rust-rust STAINES on paint! Needm gone

in my trunk on TOP of the splatter paint, where my jack laid in water that somehow got in there, are these big hairy and also some not so hairy rust stains. SOMEBODY TELL ME HOW TO GET THIS RUST CRAP OFF!!!

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Old 01-05-2003, 06:15 PM
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One thing I use quite a bit but is kinda radical is OutClean toilet bowl cleaner. It has hydrochloric acid in it so you donít want to get it on anything you donít want removed but itíll take rust off in a couple of seconds. Oh yea try not to breathe the fumes and quickly wash it off with plenty of water.
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i got sum rust-mort i'll try tomorrow, but i think it will just turn it black, and then i'll be screwed. i ll get some of that other stuff tomorrow too. thanks, any other ideas, let'm rip.
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i tried that CLR stuff. i realize that the rust is actually on the back side of the paint for the most part, so now i'm pretty well screwed. i'll try the rust mort then a re-paint

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If it's on top of paint, why can't you just spray more paint over the top of it??????
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if you do that senior grape-miester, the rust will eventually work it's way through the paint or the metal it's in through the other side, i.e., the bottom of my trunk, rust has to be killed first with rust mort or removed. zero-rust brand paint will stop it better than anything and prevent it from coming thru it best, but it will still be there. think of it as metal termites.

But i will kill it off, like i said with rust mort brand stuff, which turns the rust back into metal, then a re-paint will be necessary with splatter paint.
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TRY METAL CONDITIONER OR METAL PREP ON A CLOTH RAG FULL STRENGTH.DO A SPOT THA CANT BE SEEN FIRST SEE IF I HARMS SPATTER.
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hey bull
why not wire wheel it down and por15 it?
and that's it for a long long time.
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okay thanks, looks like i have no choice.
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