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Re: Opinions before I paint

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David Beasley

08-20-2012 19:30:32

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CNKS, I had started using etch primer on the cast several years ago. I had three kids go off to college back-to back and the tractor project had to go on the back burner for a spell.I pressure washed all the etch primer I could off of it and degreased it before appling the Ospho.I applied the Ospho not quite a week ago. Do you think I'll be okay at this point or should I go into damage control mode? If so, what would the remedy be?

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08-21-2012 05:29:03

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 Re: Opinions before I paint in reply to David Beasley, 08-20-2012 19:30:32  
I cannot say for sure if the ospho will lift the paint, If mine I would repeatedly try to wash the stuff out of the pores, you can neutralize it with baking soda then remove the baking soda. with water. Final step is wax and grease remover. That is only my opinion, others have conflicting opinions. With the different opinions, you have to form your own. But, I can assure you that what I say works, and has worked for the last 10 years. I am not conceded, that is a statement of fact. I have never had rust work its way through paint. The first tractor I did had rust on the hood after sanding, it was neutralized with Picklex 20 and the residue sanded off and cleaned with wax and grease remover.

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