Procedure

procedure1Ahead of its time in the 1980s when solvent based products were popular, Neutrarust ticks all the boxes in today’s more environmentally aware society.

There is minimum preparation, with no need to clean back to bare steel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A typical rusted surface – needing treatment

A typical rusted surface – needing treatment

A wire brush is used to remove loose rust

A wire brush is used to remove loose rust

Neutrarust applied by brush

Neutrarust applied by brush

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The white liquid turns blue

Then the rust begins to turn black

Then the rust begins to turn black

Rusty surface becomes darker as it dries

Rusty surface becomes darker as it dries

The rusted surface has now been converted and sealed

The rusted surface has now been converted and sealed

 

Overcoating and finishing

Neutarust 661 has no pigment and no UV barrier and, therefore, it must be over coated with a paint that will offer protection against UV and other contaminants.

Fortunately, almost any paint system can be used.

Between coats, the Neutrarust surface should be inspected to ensure that a good key can be offered.

If necessary, the surface should be lightly abraded to ensure maximum cohesive strength.