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Old 05-24-2017, 10:49 AM
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Has anyone else used this? I loved it. I brushed off all loose rust, and applied this and was ready to paint.
I used a similar product appropriately called, "Rust Converter", from theruststore.com. It worked well for me. Here is a description of the ingredients from their web store;

Rust Converter, a water-based primer, contains two active ingredients: Tannic acid and an organic polymer. The first ingredient, tannic acid, reacts with iron oxide (rust) and chemically converts it to iron tannate, a dark-colored stable material. Tannins are a group of water- and alcohol-soluble natural products extracted from fruits, trees and grasses. The second active ingredient, 2-Butoxyethanol, is an organic polymer that provides a protective primer layer. The overall chemical reaction converts rust into a stable, black protective polymeric coating that serves as an excellent primer for both oil and epoxy based paints.
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