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6/3/2013 3:56 AM

so yesterday i got bars for $10. I decided i wanted to raw them so i sanded them down last night. Is there a clear coat of some sort that will prevent rust? And which is the best one?
Thanks,
Tom

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6/3/2013 4:28 AM

Uhhhhh clearcoat? You already answered yourself

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6/3/2013 5:36 AM

future FBM wrote:

Uhhhhh clearcoat? You already answered yourself

Well yea I ment is there a specific brand that is the best for what I want

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6/3/2013 6:16 AM

Clear coat is actually porous so it will protect the bars for a while, they will end up rusting though due to moisture get g through the clear

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6/3/2013 6:20 AM

future FBM wrote:

Uhhhhh clearcoat? You already answered yourself

tom.lisowski.77 wrote:

Well yea I ment is there a specific brand that is the best for what I want

Maybe rustoleum or Krylon...doesn't matter too much.

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6/3/2013 6:24 AM

Gump wrote:

Clear coat is actually porous so it will protect the bars for a while, they will end up rusting though due to moisture get g ...more

ya mine started doing this.

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