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Thread: Kurust.

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    1st Gear
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    May 2014


    Anyone had any experience with hammerite kurust and does anyone know if it lasts long term or is it just a temporary thing?

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    4th Gear sparks3's Avatar
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    Aug 2011

    Re: Kurust.

    Its still doing the job on the steel wheels I treated 2 years ago. I've used it extensively on the Golf during the work so far, I rate it.

  3. The worst thing about chocolate body paint is the bellybutton lindt.

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    Re: Kurust.

    I've used it in the past and rated it, as long as you can clean it down to the bare metal as much as possible then use it...

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    Re: Kurust.

    Ive used it on my camper and other old classics I've had, like Jon says clean the rust back as much as you can and then treat the pitted areas that are left
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