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Rust Converter

Discussion in 'General Tech' started by shack, Mar 23, 2018.

  1. shack

    shack

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    I read somewhere else recently about this stuff and wanted to see if any of you have had any experience with it.

    Rust Converter Gallon

    I was thinking about buying a gallon, applying it by brush to many areas under my truck. Seems straightforward just looking for any user feedback.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Martyt

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    I bought Black Star Rust Converter in the spray can on Amazon--not inexpensive but it got very good reviews; I bought it to go over some minor surface rust on the underneath of my rig. Martin
     
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    Probably the same converter you can pick up at any hardware store aka phosphoric acid. I personally like Evapo-rust, good product and the fumes wont kill you.
     
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    I use it and can 100% endorse it. I use the spray cans.

    I like it because you can spray it directly on rust and it is a single stage application
     
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  7. duke01

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    I like using the Eastwood's Rust Encapsulator since it cures fast.