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Old 12-17-2011, 02:26 AM   #10
Daddy_Digital
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Originally Posted by SubieDugie View Post
Look into CorrosionX on Autogeek. It is supposed to be like WD-40 and PB Blaster combined on crack.lol No really, it gets great reviews. I haven't used it as CorrosionX, but I did use it when I was in the Navy.
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Originally Posted by Bikelok View Post
Don't just cover up the oxidation with new covers and crap. Take the time (lots of it) and scrub, polish, protect as much as you can. The longer you leave it the harder to remove. If it starts to pit then forget about it ever looking new. Lots and lots of elbow grease. You can do it, just be patient and methodical. Look up threads on how to clean an engine compartment. You don't have to cover up much and you just use a regular hose (no high pressure). Yes you can pour water over most of your engine compartment. Look it up.
Bikelok - http://www.corrosionx.com/rust-remover.html check it out and read it. need proof? as SubieDugie how well that stuff worked while in the navy. metal out at sea would rust so fast if it werent for stuff like this. i do agree with you. dont just cover it up. i got some rust on my rear quater panels that i want to remove the rust and have repainted so it doesnt occur again.
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