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Old 03-12-2011, 04:59 PM
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These rust threads allways seem to take a bad turn so before I get mad and tell some idiot they dont know what they're talking about I'll take a break for a while...Breaks over....
I've used Ospho to restore every car i did in the last 25yrs before that I did them all the other ways described here (for 10 yrs) Theres so many opinions here its hard to draw a fair and balenced conclusion ....SO...If anybody really wants to learn something about using Ospho from a pro just PM me I'll give you the step by step details for great results... I find this works best.....
Mike
Mike, I for one would like to hear the details, and I'm sure there are
others that would too. Ospho is listed in one of my marine catalogs
and it's piqued my interest....Thanks.

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Old 03-24-2011, 07:35 AM
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IVE BEEN USING A PRODUCT FOR YEARS WORKS REALLY WELL 5717 A AND 5717 B...ONE CLEANS CAN BE SPRAYED ON AND THE B GALVANIZES ....WORKS GREAT I LIVE IN NEBRASKA IF THAT TELLS YOU ANYTHING. ....ITS A NEVER ENDING FIGHT
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it's been a while lol, I never found ospho in Montreal so I used KBS and por15. Works pretty well although it's hard to say just yet. I found that using naval jelly to etch the metal is much more effective than their metal ready. But still if anyone knows an online retailer for ospho that ships to Canada please let me know, I wanna try this stuff sometime
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My Canadian friends tell me it is there but hard to find ...try asking Steve P. at ..skycotechgroup@roadrunner.com,
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