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Old 09-27-2007, 06:11 PM
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Rust removal in tight quarters

I'm finding all kinds of nooks and cranies as I disassemble this car down to the unibody. Any good tips on removing rust from all the little hard to reach places?

Is a portable little sand blaster the best bet?

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I've heard that the small hand held blasters are good but haven't ever used one.

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Hi,
I have one from sears
& use it quite a bit,
works well, never had a problem.
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I have a small pressure blaster from HF that I use for that..glad I have it..

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