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  • ChampCouple
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    Originally posted by wdills View Post
    My first recommendation is sandblast and epoxy prime. If you can't do that and it is just light surface rust which is what it appears to be in the photo, you can paint it with POR-15.
    I might see if someone I know has a sandblaster. Thanks.

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  • ChampCouple
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    Originally posted by rbisacca View Post
    How 'bout sandblasting?
    That might work. I don't have sandblasting abilities, but maybe someone I know does.

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  • wdills
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    My first recommendation is sandblast and epoxy prime. If you can't do that and it is just light surface rust which is what it appears to be in the photo, you can paint it with POR-15.

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  • rbisacca
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    How 'bout sandblasting?

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  • ChampCouple
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    Originally posted by 64V-K7 View Post
    That appears to be a vertical area. Seal off the ends of the channel with dum-dum and fill the trough with Coke-Cola. After a few hours, it will be clean..
    Thanks for the tip. The crease is vertical, and out of the pickup now, so would be easy to try.
    Mike

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  • ChampCouple
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    Originally posted by jclary View Post
    What the chemical does is to chemically combine with rust to form a polymer compound. (I'm not a chemist and certainly will not pretend to understand the intricate details) Once the compound cures, it seals and isolates the substrate from oxygen which is the catalyst required for iron oxide (rust) to exist.
    Thanks for the information, much appreciated.
    Mike

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  • 64V-K7
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    That appears to be a vertical area. Seal off the ends of the channel with dum-dum and fill the trough with Coke-Cola. After a few hours, it will be clean..

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  • jclary
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    I am not familiar with KBS brand, but back in the late 1970s one product we sold in my industrial supply business was Rustoleum industrial coatings. Their factory rep was the first to introduce me to a "Rust Conversion" chemical treatment. Shortly thereafter, the Loctite rep showed up with a similar product. I did some experimenting on some of my own stuff with mixed results. As time progressed, others have offered similar products and I believe performance has improved since then. What the chemical does is to chemically combine with rust to form a polymer compound. (I'm not a chemist and certainly will not pretend to understand the intricate details) Once the compound cures, it seals and isolates the substrate from oxygen which is the catalyst required for iron oxide (rust) to exist.

    So, without doing research, I'm concluding that this is KBS' version of a rust converter/inhibitor. My recommendation would be to meticulously follow their application instructions. Especially, application times, cleaning/rinsing and drying (curing) times. They appear to be a very reputable company and wouldn't want to risk their credibility on an untried, and untested product.

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  • ChampCouple
    started a topic Body / Glass: Painting rust in crease

    Painting rust in crease

    On the nose piece of Champs, there is a crease running along it, that seems impossible to wire brush or sand out. I've been using KBS to paint the frame, and it says it can paint over rust with it's three part system. Has anyone tried this? Or is there a better method?
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    The crease that's hard to get to is the light colored rust area, runs couple feet.
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