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  1. Jorts

    After Rust Blast, how much is too much rust?

    Thanks, will report back.
  2. Jorts

    After Rust Blast, how much is too much rust?

    Hi, Some faces look great, others not so much. I was careful to not shake or whip the sealer, but it looks like some air bubbles were introduced while I was gently tumbling the tank. Will these be an issue? I was also careful to not let the sealer puddle, but I'm not sure I could have avoided these drips. You can see some of the drips have dried into a sort of wrinkle. As far as I can tell, the sealant that contains these bubbles and wrinkles is rigid and providing full coverage. Outside temperature was low 70's and I did this under shade if that makes a difference. Thanks
  3. Jorts

    After Rust Blast, how much is too much rust?

    Thanks again for your responsiveness. I am going to seal the tank and will follow up with results.
  4. Jorts

    After Rust Blast, how much is too much rust?

    1) The first soak was about 2 hours. The second was about 30 minutes. Both times, turning the tank, wetting all sides and setting down on a new side every 5 minutes. 2) I rinsed the tank with running water for 10-15 minutes and let it air dry. It was a hot day and visible water had evaporated in about 20 minutes. 3) Live in Arlington, VA Other possibly useful information: I used a 1/2 quart of Rust Blast each soak. Directions say it's good for up to a 5-gallon tank, and this tank is only 2 gallons. Thanks for the quick response.
  5. Hi, I’m using the KBS tank sealer kit. After KBS Klean, my tank looked better (last of 3 pics, still wet). After Rust Blast, rinse and dry, it looks as rusty as before (first 2 pics) and does not appear to have the white zinc phosphate coating. Am I still good to proceed to the Tank Sealer step? Thanks, Jorts
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