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Old 05-05-2015, 08:26 AM   #1
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Working On My Own Rust Inhibitor Formula...


I am working on my own rust inhibitor formula for personal use (and why not, for the European market). Of course, the main reason is the price... I own a Geoblaster and will start testing it in about a week. I am working with a brilliant chemist and I will compare the results with HoldTight 102. Any suggestion regarding the worst flash rusting surface to test will be appreciated
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Old 05-05-2015, 08:29 AM   #2
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Working on my own rust inhibitor formula...-screen-shot-2015-04-09-19.08.53.png

Dry blasted with crushed glass after 24 hours:
1- sprayed with water
2- not treated
3- treated with water-base rust inhibitor

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Looks good! We are all waiting for the recipe
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Cast iron is usally the worst I find for washing with holdtight
blow down with air after always.
Buy still stays in microscopic pores
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