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Rust killer?

Looking for a good aerosol product for killing rust and priming in one step... I have some rust on the backside of the dash in some hard to reach areas and am looking for recommendations. :beer:

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Duplicolor Rust Fix

For what you want to do I'd recommend Dupli-color Rust Fix (available at your local auto parts store).

Dupli-Color :: Rust Fix

A step up from that would be a similar product from Eastwood (ground shipped from Eastwood).

http://www.eastwood.com/rust-encapsulator-28601.html
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I've used Ospho with good results

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I use the Encapsulator

Check into this:
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If it's only surface rust vinegar water works perfectly. Use 4 parts water to 1 part vinegar. Neutralizes the rust leaving it black and ready for primer and paint just like the spray stuff. You should hit it with a wire brush really well first.
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+1 on the Eastwood rust converter. I used it on my car. Slather it on with a brush, or spray it on --- it has the consistency and appearance of chocolate milk. When it works and dries, it turns dark purple / black and makes a relatively hard coating. It takes a long time to dry - as much as a couple of days - but I think it works well for areas where you're mostly interested in protection and aren't too concerned about appearance.

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Thats exactly what I need, isnt something that I worried about the appearance, and cant get a wire brush on it. Thanks alot guys!

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