At 02:02 PM 7/31/96 -0400, you wrote:
>I have major rust, on the steel frrame, of an old MGA boot (trunk lid). I've
>brushed used naval jelly etc.,but still have rust pits. I don't have easy
>acess to sandblasting and I'm also worried how that might damage the aluminum
>I'm thinking about using an Eastwood product called Oxisolv. Has anyone used
>this product? Can epoxy primer be used over it?
Don't know this one, but it sounds much like Extend which is a Locktite
product and is sold at NAPA and other places. It turns the oxide to ferrous
phosphate. Does not require a pristene surface. Tends to work in under
edges and stop spreading cancer. It serves as a primer or primer base.