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Old 06-13-2013, 02:15 PM   #21
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Just a quick update with a few pics...

One of the rust we are dealing with..



One of the rust sanded and converted with penatrol...







I will update in a few days with some finish pics...
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I've always had great luck with Rustoleum, meaning one application.
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I've always had great luck with Rustoleum, meaning one application.
Any industrial oil finish holds the rust off of metal just as well and as long as any primer/finish combo will.
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Any industrial oil finish holds the rust off of metal just as well and as long as any primer/finish combo will.
Have you ever seen paint specs that do not recommend a primer?

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Have you ever seen paint specs that do not recommend a primer?

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Not that I can recall. That said, I painted enuff exterior metal by now and have seen it years later and it's condition years later to come to a conclusion that any good industrial oil will hold up as good as any primer/finish combo is all. I've also had cause to see some work that was done as specked, I mean to the tee, not do any better at all.
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This is our receiving dock, diamond plate steel. Just had the 2x8 supports replaced so were now coating the plates. Black areas are done with Krylon rust converter spray can. Turns the surface black within minutes, dries in about 3 hours. The clear coated side is done with Krud Kutter rust converter. Takes 24 hours to dry , water based brush on (containing phosphoric acid), then sweep up any loose residue remaining. Wanted to try the 2 different types and see any differences. Could somewhat smell the Krud Kutter, the Krylon needs ventilation and air flow. If I had more of an area I could have tried the rustoleum and permatex versions but oh well.

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Edit: Oh yea, the Krud Kutter actually cut through the krylon and wiped it away. Both 24 hour dried and 20 minute. You can see the brush strokes beside Krud kutter bottle. Right is newly sprayed, left is old.

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The first coat on the upper metal..




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Update, Monday AM. The Krylon turned the whole surface black. The Krud Kutter only turned the rusted spots and left the painted areas alone.
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Prime coat down. Used Everlife Urethane red primer. I like the red shade on the floor. May do that in my basement when the chance arrives.
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Good thread.
Yeah a little rusty but good thread otherwise!
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I hear a lot about stopping rust but I've never found a product that actually works...For the last 3 years I've applied Corroseal to my back bumper,primed it with Red oxide and Coated it with rubberized Bumper black. After each winter the rust returns. It's basically a yearly maintenance thing for me.

I'd love to hear about a miracle product that really stops rust.
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