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ok, so what does this boil down to, wire brush, sand surface and apply epoxy. which epoxy might that be, epoxy primer? or jus epoxy black paint

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ok, so what does this boil down to, wire brush, sand surface and apply epoxy. which epoxy might that be, epoxy primer? or jus epoxy black paint

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I have used this product now for going on 5 years. Although I still wire brush everything and then pressure wash and then apply a metal prep product also made by rust bullet, I have had NO issues with rust re-appearing. Im in the process of prepping a 1972 Mustang after welding new patch panels. I will spray the entire thing with rust bullet and then a sandable epoxy primer for color and filling and color (black).
I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT TO ANYONE... MUCH BETTER THAN POR15.
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