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Old 01-10-2013, 04:26 PM
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sandblasting

so i sandblasted my frame today. what should i spray my frame with know. i pressure washed it to.
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Well If you sandblasted it then power washed it, you will want to sandblast the flash rust off that the water caused

i have had VERY good results with POR15 as a"primer" then top coating it with some tractor supply lo-glare black
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TC dont sell the valspar paint anymore... u used the new stuff ? its something thats starts with a M***? now
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After blasting u just need to blow it off with compressed air, wipe it with acetone and primer and paint. Done.


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Old 01-10-2013, 05:41 PM
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I think POR-15 also has some sort of black UV protector that works well. I know that's what almost everybody uses when restoring vintage Airstream trailers that are prone to frame rust. They say it will last practically forever.

Also the flash rust won't cause any damage and actually helps the POR-15 to bond to some extent. POR=Paint Over Rust
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TC dont sell the valspar paint anymore... u used the new stuff ? its something thats starts with a M***? now

I have only used the Valspar. Have not use the new "majik" paint

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After blasting u just need to blow it off with compressed air, wipe it with acetone and primer and paint. Done.


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Correct, just blow the dust off and paint

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I think POR-15 also has some sort of black UV protector that works well. I know that's what almost everybody uses when restoring vintage Airstream trailers that are prone to frame rust. They say it will last practically forever.

Also the flash rust won't cause any damage and actually helps the POR-15 to bond to some extent. POR=Paint Over Rust

The POR15 has NOTHING UV wise. It goes to S H I T in no time if exposed to the sun. But you could topcoat with POR15s Chassis Black.

As for painting over rust? I don't care who's product it is, that is a gimmic. The sandblasting will give all the BITE it needs
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Old 01-10-2013, 05:50 PM
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Old 01-10-2013, 05:59 PM
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I think POR-15 also has some sort of black UV protector that works well.
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But you could topcoat with POR15s Chassis Black.
That's what I was saying.
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Old 01-11-2013, 02:55 AM
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I've used rust bullet on a air cooler wv I owned 11 years ago and the rust I painted over is still contained and the paint still looks great.
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Old 01-11-2013, 05:33 AM
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i have heard of people useing rhino liner. will it make the frame last. thanks
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