DEC beige/creame/white paint
dkelvey at hotmail.com
Thu Jan 11 10:00:18 CST 2007
>From: "Robert Ollerton" <rollerton at gmail.com>
>areas that are rusty, for instance the bottom of a deep scratch, you need
>get that out and down to bright metal... A wire brush, dremel tool, etc
>be used here. You dont want to wire brush the whole item, it will leave
>scratches that will telegraph thru any new primer or paint you apply and
>show on the surface of the new paint.
For things like rust in scratches, I've used some phosphate liquid
primer stuff. It stablizes the rust. I've just about run out of the
stuff but can't find it in stores any more. I originally bought it
at a boat shop. I've used it on my board trailer before painting
it. That was about 12 years ago. Considering that it goes into
salt water, I have no case other than the springs where rust
is spreading under the paint.
It was a greenish clear liquid that was water based.
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