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Clear rustproofing product?

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Hi
Anyone recommend a clear rustproof lacquer that I could use straight onto steel. Its not actually for my van but for a steel cruiser bike frame that I'm looking to keep its raw metal look. Any advice would be appreciated.
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hi would check out some of the products @ www.frosts.co.uk hope this helps Ed

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Anker wax
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https://www.ssvc.org.uk/phpbb/viewtopic ... 62&start=0

Ankor wax

A bit like using pure lanolin for protecting aluminium stock bars and tube

Maybe OK, after a few weeks

Dintrol RC900 spray (see Wiki on Rust Poducts) can give quite a nice natural effect, turns metal black/purple but sometimes creates a nice 'crackle black' type finish.

Dinitrol Clear Lacquer is probably what you want, the one for hot engines

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harris121163 wrote:hi would check out some of the products @ http://www.frosts.co.uk hope this helps Ed

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sorry one S to many

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Thanks guys I presume this is the recommended choice?

Dinitrol Corroheat 4010

Maintain an immaculate engine bay with Dinitrol Corroheat 4010 - Clear Wax Treatment, a heat resistant, corrosion prevention giving a hard, transparent, protective, dry film. Has good adhesion to rubber and plastic parts. Also, it is resistant to alkalis and acids and has a very short drying time. Can be used as protection on painted surfaces.

http://www.frost.co.uk/item_Detail.asp? ... e=Dinitrol Corroheat 4010 (500ml)&catID=&frostCat=&frostSubCat=&subCatID=

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Thats what I meant corroheat

But if you can afford a can of RC900 too, try it on rusty but dry and scale-free steel, for that 'retro' look.

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