tejb1 wrote:I know someone who used to spray old oil or WD40 on rusty bits until they got around to fixing them.
pbar wrote:tejb1 wrote:I know someone who used to spray old oil or WD40 on rusty bits until they got around to fixing them.
Yes WD-40 definitely works. If you see rusty bits coming through douse them in WD. Just dab it with a cloth after spraying (a WD-40 soaked cloth works wonders for cleaning too), as you don't really want it running everywhere although it won't do any harm. Just make sure you leave a residue of it on there and it will help to protect it, it's great for it.
I've had brackets in the garage which where showing rusty spots and after doing the above the rust actually disappeared. I've also seen it turn the rust into a different colour, more black-ish, similar to some rust convertors.
pbar wrote:I buy it like this now, it's cheaper this way and lasts for a good while.
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