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anyone ever spot paint rust in chest freezer?

Posted by jeanwedding (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 19, 14 at 16:28

Inside of my old but great chest freezer...Amana, is steel or porcelain.. Quite a few rust spots
need to unrust it. so can use it again.. brought it from old house.....

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RE: anyone ever spot paint rust in chest freezer?

There are some anti-rust coatings/paint used in the automotive world. You paint it on the rust, it converts it to a different oxide of iron, then you paint over it.

RE: anyone ever spot paint rust in chest freezer?

thanks I know about" rust reformer" etc, by Rustoleum.... But will that or what you said hold up in a chest freezer?
I got a spray can of paint years ago by GE,,, believed I used that...
A local used and new appliance seller and repair guy has I believe little brush on bottle of "appliance touchup)
So what about that will it work.. Just donnt want to do something and it not work. Prob 20 or more spot inside.... some pencil size
It outside now, waiting to be done.. Rain is expected....

RE: anyone ever spot paint rust in chest freezer?

sorry,so must submitted twice

This post was edited by jeanwedding on Fri, Jun 20, 14 at 8:59

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