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Old 11-13-2012, 19:38   #11
Matthew Courtney
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Originally Posted by fusegsp View Post
Does that stuff remove rust or just stop it's progress? I'd rather not send this gun back if I don't have to, but on the other hand I'm a freak about rust. Ever since I forgot an 870 in my trunk for a week and it came out a beautiful, matte, orange.
It "kills" the rust with polar bonding. A few days after you treat the barrel, use a green scrub pad to polish the affected areas, then put a little more corrosion x on it. The polar bonding protects the metal even when the metal appears dry. It is the only thing that I have found that keeps my carry guns from rusting when I sweat on them.
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