"Rust inhibitor works. Try wet blasting without it, you will see how fast the flash rust forms, I've had half a hood flashing while blasting the other half, because I forgot to add in the rust inhibitor."
— Richard R.
"I have had really good results with the rust inhibitor from MMLJ. I blow the work dry with a heavy duty leaf blower. Also don't have any human contact with the metal without gloves!"
— Steve B.
Step 1) Blast with Rust Inhibitor Treated Water
Will clean the metal while preventing it from being embedded with chlorides.
Step 2) Rinse with Rust Inhibitor Treated Water
After blasting, the metal still needs a final rinse. Use the same ratio as the first step.
Step 3) Remove Standing Water from the Metal
Use a leaf blower or compressed air to quickly remove any standing water from the metal.
Step 4) Avoid Re-Contamination
Dirt, body oil and moisture all cause rust. Be sure to wear clean rubber gloves when handling the metal.
|DB150||5 gal||50 lbs||7 oz|
|DB225||10 gal||100 lbs||14 oz|
|DB500||20 gal||200 lbs||28 oz|
|DB800||30 gal||300 lbs||42 oz|
|DB1500||75 gal||750 lbs||105 oz|
|DB3000||150 gal||1500 lbs||1.5 gal|