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Old 24-04-2018, 07:00 PM
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Default Best rust killer and inhibitor?

Thought Iíd ask on here as well. Any recommendations for one thatíll creep into all those impossibly tight spots?
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Old 24-04-2018, 10:21 PM
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Default Re: Best rust killer and inhibitor?

I've tried most on the market at some time or other, in my opinion you just don't get better than Bilt Hamber.

If its being treated in-situ then Bilt Hamber deox-gel
https://www.bilthamber.com/corrosion...ments/deox-gel

If its small parts and you can put them in a solution, then Deox-C
https://www.bilthamber.com/corrosion...atments/deox-c

and if you're wanting a rust convertor, Hydrate 80
https://www.bilthamber.com/corrosion...nts/hydrate-80

As you might have guessed, I like their products and have used all of the above.

I should mention that the Dynax - UC is a great product for protecting metal when wintering and the like. I use it on the mower deck before setting it up for the winter. Even put it on the snow plough blade where the bare metals been exposed and it prevents any surface rust. Magic stuff.

And of course its Brexit friendly, manufactured in the UK.
None of it comes cheap mind.
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Many thanks PF.
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Default Re: Best rust killer and inhibitor?

Owatrol is another very effective small scale rust preventative as it seals off the metal from contact with both oxygen and moisture. I use it on Horticultural machinery but itís around £20 a litre.
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Owatrol is another very effective small scale rust preventative as it seals off the metal from contact with both oxygen and moisture. I use it on Horticultural machinery but itís around £20 a litre.
Ok, thanks.
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Default Re: Best rust killer and inhibitor?

vactan is also very good no need to paint over if you dont want to
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