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Old 30 August 2015, 08:23   #11
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ROFL... Never found doing that much good for shifting rust!
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Old 30 August 2015, 08:26   #12
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If it was going rusty you were probably doing it wrong for some time
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Old 31 August 2015, 15:48   #13
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There's a gel, paint on product called Y10 that I've used for rust streaks. It's always worked brilliantly for me.
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Old 31 August 2015, 16:49   #14
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bit of t cut usually wipes rust stains off cheap low grade stainless is not much better than mild for corrosion resistance and if the bolt is of a different material that just makes it worse
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Old 01 September 2015, 13:50   #15
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Yel be up against it with damp embedded stainless cos the resin catalyst is still in there and it's MEKP, a peroxide, and able to give up oxygen to help the corrosion. Get it as dry as possible and seal it well - don't use silicon sealer though cos it'll likely contain acetic acid so that won't be helpful either.

Need oxalic acid? Got any rhubarb on Falkland? Smash up some leaves in a little water.
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