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A friend of mine was describing how he 'waterproofed' a section of concrete in his driveway. No, no, water wins every time. People also think that a perfectly wrapped outside cable will keep the water out too. In cable repair, how many times did I see water run out of a beautifully made splice that wasn't completely immersed in resin first, to keep water out? In fact, we keep water, and corrosion IN, not out with tapes, sprays, and any other good intention used.

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3 hours ago, itchitch said:

That’s what happened to my ‘73 Cuda in Wisconsin 

Ouch, I love a '73 Cuda! I used to have  '73 Camaro RS (split bumper)

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That undercoating was applied after the truck had been exposed to salt or whatever corrosive materials it was exposed to. You can't fix rust once it starts without completely removing it. Period. End of story. Oh yeah - don't buy vehicles from a manufacturer that thinks square wheel wells make sense...  👹

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12 hours ago, loner_t said:

This... 

 

is probably the only case where it may actually work for improving someone like Han Solo. 🤣

 

Is this a review of Solo: A Star Wars Story? :D 

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