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karma 17th June 2004 05:07 AM

rusty iron- need help :)
 
just geting the spoty rust off my iron and was wondering what
u guys use for paint? would flat black manifold paint look good ?

the heat paint

or?

thanks........;)

arnoldc 17th June 2004 09:26 AM

there were two hi-temp paints i have used with satisfying results. one is made for/by Ace Hardware (USA), and the other one i can't remember right now, but will post tomorrow.

i used the Ace on a power transformer that gets pretty hot and the paint is not chipping in anyway. it is too shiny though for my taste that's why i looked for another. that one i used to paint (after cleaning) my rusting Hammond 1628SEs and a Hammond choke. the visual result i prefer better than the Ace paint.

in the photo gallery i have a picture of a 45 amp where the power tranny was painted with the Ace paint, and a 2A3 amp where the choke was painted with this other hi-temp paint i can't remember right now.

G 17th June 2004 10:47 AM

A good semi gloss "High Temp" paint will do. That's what I have used anyway.

EC8010 17th June 2004 10:48 AM

I've always used blackboard paint for transformer laminations. Works fine, and it's dead cheap. I can't imagine why it's still on sale, though - wouldn't have thought there were any blackboards left!

arnoldc 18th June 2004 12:46 AM

ok, the other brand was Rust-Oleum rust-preventing paint from Illinois.

karma 18th June 2004 12:53 AM

2 Attachment(s)
ok i think we have it here to ill check it out

thanks.....

allmost got all the rust off;)


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