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Don W

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#1 posted 01-06-2013 01:57 PM

I got my TS after it spent 3 days under water, so it was worse than yours. Naval jelly or almost any decent rust remover and scotchbrite pads will work. All advice above is legit as well. There are many way to skin the cat.

I use fluid film to keep rust away. Its a little easier than wax, but either works just fine. What I like about the fluid film, if I leave a piece of “not so dry” lumber laying on the top, a quick spray and it will remove the surface rust. (I work with green lumber on occasion)

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