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Old September 14th, 2014, 03:36 PM
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spray on rust eliminator

got this stuff at home depot and it is awsome! put it in a spray bottle and tried it out. zaps surface rust in 15 minutes.

2 treatments cleaned up my hinges, which were weeping with the traditional rust.


used it on my hubs, shovel bracket, rusty screws and even poured some into my lower door drainage channels.

spray and hose off thats it. Im going to use this stuff ongoing as rust maintenance to keep it under control.
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Old September 14th, 2014, 03:39 PM
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Old September 14th, 2014, 06:16 PM
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Nice, I keep ospho in an old windex bottle. I try that next
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Nice, I keep ospho in an old windex bottle. I try that next
Can you use ospho the same way? Spray on and rinse after 15 minutes?
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I don't think you wipe off Ospho. It works well.
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I don't think you wipe off Ospho. It works well.
I thought I read somewhere there were alternative uses for ospho (rather than just "painting" it on), this is why I am asking.
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We spray it on and leave it. When it turns the oxidized metal black its "done"
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Careful with Ospho on painted surfaces. It can permanently discolor darker colors. Ask me how I know
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We spray it on and leave it. When it turns the oxidized metal black its "done"
That should look swell on a white NAS 110 door hinge.

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Careful with Ospho on painted surfaces. It can permanently discolor darker colors. Ask me how I know
This is what I was wondering, thanks.
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Let it keep oxidizing and it won't matter now will it?
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Picked up some Krud Kutter and have been playing with it, neat product. Also brightens stainless steel, like Borla mufflers... I sprayed it on, rinsed it off after 10-15 minutes, and it was a dramatic difference. Followed with metal polish and it looks almost new.

I have a ton of old battery hold down brackets, that have been exposed to acid for years, I sprayed this on them, kept wet for a half hour, and most of the rust literally rinsed off. Mind you this would still need to be sanded smooth before a high quality refinishing, but I am quite surprised how well it really dissolves the rust.
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As winter gets closer, I am beginning to worry about driving my D90, could somebody mention what I could do/apply to protect the undercarriage? and also, I can see my Diesel engine has the glow tips installed, to help with ignition during cold weather, but I don't see a lamp indicating they are getting warm, are those working all the time to heat up the piston chambers? thank you for any comments!
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