Phosphoric acid works well and fast for this type of new surface rust.
at nearly all auto parts stores, NAPA, Home Depot, Lowes, etc. on a Saturday or
Sunday. You can also get primer/sealer/etching in pressure cans at some of the
Paul Archibald wrote:
> I stripped and sanded the bonnet/left fender to bare
> steel(with a bit-o-paint in some areas) on monday, than had
> to rush out of town for work....I am heading back tonight,
> and am afraid to pull the car-cover off to see the rust
> with the recent rains we have had for two days. ;-(
> so what's teh solution for stripping off that newly aquired
> rust besides just sanding as some will still be in the
> cracks..phosphoric acid? (and where to get in south
> bay-area on a saturday)
> Than I need to find a way to protect it 'til I can spray a
> coat of primer and paint....using rust converter or??????
> unlred someone wants to lend a garage to em to
> finish(kidding..sorta..) ;-)
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