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Old 04-23-2013, 08:11 PM   #61
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Removed post because Nat_ster knows EVERYTHING.
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Old 04-24-2013, 12:25 AM   #62
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Just wondering why you are pointing people to bad advice Lorna. Two dogs clearly was on some bad medication when he wrote that nonsense.

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Old 04-24-2013, 02:51 PM   #63
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Just wondering why you are pointing people to bad advice Lorna. Two dogs clearly was on some bad medication when he wrote that nonsense.

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Did you try it?

I can answer that. No. Just like the ones who put it down didn't try it. The ones who did try it reported great success. No more rust. One guy had rust with POR15 and no rust with TwoDogs recipe. I included the "debate" because it covered what anyone here would say. A bit of "full disclosure" you might say. I knew I shouldn't have posted it. I will pull it and keep the info to myself.
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Old 04-25-2013, 12:24 PM   #64
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I post for others to learn. Not any other reason. I am a full time professional building contractor with a very busy schedule. I would not be where I'm at today if others didn't help me learn. Lorna, for the sake of other members trying to learn, please loose your less than professional attitude. If you haven't tried it your self, than how do you know it works. Many of our fellow members here are working on a very limited budget, and the ingredients in Two Dogs recipe are not cheap.

Anytime a breakthrough home brew recipe for something gets posted on the internet, it spreads like wild fire.....If it works. There is a reason other members can't find it when they search. The way Two Dogs posted, with his arrogant attitude, right off the bat sends up red flags. Most likely he has inhaled far to many toxic paint fumes. He was not a team player for sure.

The chemistry of Two Dogs home brew Por 15 recipe indicates that it does nothing to stop, or neutralizes the rust behind it. It simply encapsulates the surface rust from the out side. This WILL FAIL as rust will start again anywhere there is a rock chip, crack, ect.

Now I'm reposting the link you removed so others that want to take the risk can find out for themselves.
http://www.busnut.com/bbs/messages/233/ ... 1063566910

One more place Lorna endorsed Two Dogs recipe. Again it never got any big results.
http://www.irv2.com/forums/f59/rust-bullet-47858.html

Sorry for such a long post. It just frustrates me when people post stuff that is not true. In all walks of life I hold people accountable.

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Old 04-26-2013, 11:17 AM   #65
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Everyone knows if you don't want rust scale it off.
Grind it down to bare metal and start from scratch.

Since this is a very sensitive topic.

phosphoric acid converts iron oxide, Fe2O3 (rust) to black ferric phosphate, FePO4.

After treatment, the black ferric-phosphate coating can be scrubbed off, leaving a fresh metal surface. Multiple applications of phosphoric acid may be required to remove all rust. The black phosphate coating can also be left in place, where it will provide moderate further corrosion resistance (such protection is also provided by the superficially similar Parkerizing and blued electrochemical conversion coating processes).

After reading this I gather that blends are worthless except to the manufacturer/marketer.

For instance. If I grind all the rust off a piece of steel and seal it in paint It wont rust for some time because of the lack of oxygen.
If I ," treat ", then paint the same piece without scaling or grinding the rust would chip off therefore exposing metal to the atmosphere, thus causing the
piece to oxidize, or rust.

Now Some of the blends I have read about are almost useless as using coca cola, or dr.pepper for their phosphoric content.
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I post for others to learn. Not any other reason. I am a full time professional building contractor with a very busy schedule.
Hey Nat...

I'm a former professional remodeler. Hubby & I remodeled upscale vintage buildings. I am a former NKBA trained Kitchen & Bath Designer. Also former cabinet installer, cabinet builder, cabinet countertop fabricator. Like most women, family took precedence over work. Hence the former for so much. And a current bus converter. So perhaps I might know a little something.

This is why I was hesitant to post and why I also included the link with the discussion. But we HAVE used the extra pricey POR-15. Like I said... NOT IMPRESSED. Prepped correctly according to POR-15 direction. Less than 1 year later we had rust under the paint every place we used the POR-15. As for the expense...

1 quart Lacquer Thinner $7.46
1 quart Rustoelum Black $9.48
1 quart All-Purpose Fiberglass Resin $14.97

Enough to make 3 quarts = $32.41 ($10.81 per quart) since I can buy this at the local store... no shipping, just local taxes.

POR-15 has a special when you buy a 4 pack (4 quarts) for just $165.50 ($41.375 per quart) plus $12.75 for shipping to my zip code or you can pay $47.50 for a quart plus $6.75 shipping to my zip code.

I really don't care if you guys use the homebrewed recipe or not. If you want to got the POR-15 route then go for it. I think the POR15 was a rip off. But maybe we got a bad batch. I won't be buying any more. The "rust converters" worked the same as POR-15 for us (rust under paint a few months later). I won't be buying any of those either.

So, Nat, did any rust come back in the areas you used the POR-15 in? And how long was the rust free time?
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No they are not the same.

However they both have potential to remove rust.
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I also still make part of my living in IT (computer world). The difference is there is no chemistry involved. Can't compare apples to oranges.
I don't understand, they are both round and we eat then. Aren't they the same.
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No they are not the same.

However they both have potential to remove rust.
They also are full of fiber to help you not be full of..... poo. I get my daily dosage of fiber. I'm not so sure about others.
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They can both be drank....adult and underage
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