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Old 11-15-2016, 10:55 PM   #21
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Use the drill bit from Nail Head Gone. It is very fast and will take care of this issue once and for all. As long as the rusting nail head stays on any wood surface or counter sunk it will bleed.
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Best luck I have had is to remove the nail or nail head. Use the claw side of a nail puller to remove the nail or easier, take the nail head off with the drill bit from Nail Head Gone.
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anyone have success using shellac over rusty nail heads on cedar siding?
I just looked at a house and almost every nail is rusty and has rust bleeds around the nail head.
if not sheliac what say you?
In the past I got away with just a shot of cover stain for random rust areas. but I dont want to fool around on a whole house. was also thinking corroeseal or ospho. thanks folks.. I should add setting them in and filling each nail hole is not a option..
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