Paint bolts by poking them thru a piece of cardboard. Leave enough room so
you don't paint your fingers. Nuts and washers also can be painted this way.
Use thin coats with minimum film build so it won't chip under wrench. Most
fasteners were cadmium plated from the factory. Clear paint will work
> just cleaned a bunch of external engine, frame and body bolts with a wire
> wheel and am concerned that they will now rust. Any "tricks of the trade"
> for coating them with something or do I have to clear coat or paint them
> at a time? Please let me know. Thanks.
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