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Old 11-09-2017, 02:56 AM   #21
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No compressor the stuff might actually eat some seals in your spray gun.
Get the gallon and a cheap plastic spray bottle from anywhere.
You can adjust the nozzle to jet for the corners and tight places and fan for the wider areas.
I see. It seems like no big problem now. I have some 8oz bottles from walMart. The gallon might have to happen later. Trying to shave off $ to so I don't go beyond budget too badly before all the basics are squared away. Hopefully the 32 ozs will do it. Appreciated.
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Old 11-14-2017, 10:28 AM   #22
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Rust-Oleum rust converter was the easiest atm solution. It hardens smooth like nail polish. Sprayed from old spray bottle. I can see it clogging up your better spray equipment. this worked.

Next, why did I have 3 gal of water in the wall from when I first opened wall? The Crown 2 windows, maybe others have it; a seam goes down where window meets vert support. I caulked the windows closed and last night's heavy rain did not get in.

So the skinning is ready if I can only find 50 feet of 24"sheet metal.

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