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Old 06-08-2008, 07:26 AM
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Your Rust Proof Methods

SO, when it comes to keeping your lude corrosive free, what are the options available, and what do you guys prefer - i need some help picking what the most effective and/or most price efficient method is.

so far, i've managed the following types of rust prevention:

-RUST DEVICES (i.e. counteract rust prevention system)
-OIL-BASED PROCESSES (i.e. krown corrosion prevention)
-AUTO-BODY SHOP RUSTPROOFING
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Move some place dry, I moved to Denver, CO from the midwest and nobody believes that my car is a '98 with only 83k miles on it because of all the rust. I can't even put a rear lower tie bar on because of the rust.
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if you want the cheapest way: sand your rusted area, spray with rustoleum rust reformer, let dry, paint

its good if you want it protected until you can get professional work done
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Move some place dry, I moved to Denver, CO from the midwest and nobody believes that my car is a '98 with only 83k miles on it because of all the rust. I can't even put a rear lower tie bar on because of the rust.
X2 best in the long run only one of all the cars i have had have ever had more then surface rust and it's a 68 vw bug that was left in a field to rot.
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Using marine clean, metal ready, and por patch, might get some por15 paint, though it's like an industrial version of hammerite.

Other than that, i use smoothrite, and ocasionally, hammerites kurust, but i use the metal ready instead now and it's a rust disolver and not a converter like the Kurust.
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