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Old 09-10-2008, 03:27 PM
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Maybe a rust converter would be ok there. What is it on a Jeep?

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Heres a Q. My truck is starting to get lots of rust but I dont have money for a paint job. If I sand the spots down what would be the best way to temp cover the rust spots for 1-3 years? Spray paint?
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Epoxy primer .
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I've been researching this question and it seems as though the only thing that seems to work for a long term basis is dipping in a NON acid but rather alkaline stripper, and then painting in epoxy primer.

I personally have not tried this stuff on this link.
http://www.autorestorationdepot.com/about.html

I have several products ongoing real world tests, and so far, nothing seems to be totally effective.
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If you want to do something on the cheap to attempt to just control the rust Masterseries is fantastic. I used it on my Pan, Air suspension pieces, Gas tank, wheels, and pedal assembly. Just rough up the area and either spray it on or brush it on. Great stuff let me tell you! Check it...







Looks pretty good painted over too



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I just used some of that Master series silver on some things. I sandblasted them first- and haven't even top coated yet. So, as far as long term results, I can't help you.

But- ScotY, it doesn't seem that the rust issue is severe (from the pics, anyways). I'd just go along the seams with a wire wheel, or just sandblast em best you can (even a little spot blaster would work) then put on a coat of the Master series silver. It says it works well on "marginally prepared surfaces".

Use a foam brush with the silver, and you can let it run into the seam and seal it up. Paint the bottom too, of course. Put a couple of coats on, and that should take care of your rust for quite some time. Then top coat it with rustoleum or whatever you prefer.

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Try Wurth Body Cavity Wax after you have done all your body work. Spray into all your body cavities.

Wurth Cavity Protection Wax

It comes in two forms, Aeresol Cans and 32oz cans that you can use in a gun. Here's the info 1-800-987-8487, Product Number (Yellow) 0892080 and is $29.99 for the 32oz cans . The Wurth Guns are expensive $275.00.
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