Auto body repair & detailing/Rust inhibitors


Team Conger wrote at 2013-08-23 19:22:19
There a lot of products out there, but you need to be careful what you buy. Try to find a solvent-free lubrihibitor that combines the properties of a water repellent, a rust protector, and a lubricant. Also, make sure it contains no CFCs and no VOCs. This will take care of your rust problem and it will not harm you or the environment upon application.

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Dan Gardener


Any questions as they would pertain to taking a vehicle from an accident to pre-accident condition,both the body/frame as well as paint


I have been in the collision repair industry for more than 40 years. I worked as a journeyman painted from age 15. I have owned my own facility for 16 years and I am host of a live radio talk show called 'Automotive Intelligence',running now for 10 years.

Trade certification as well as undergraduate work in English and Philosophy from the University of British Columbia

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