All of this is available in Canada.KennyP said:Welcome! I'm not a MF guru. Slingblade's idea sounds like it may work. I just don't know much about these.
Slingblade, if you can find some PB Blaster, that might help. I also use a 50-50 mix of acetone and ATF. That works rather well, also. Not sure what's available above the border.
I haven't heard of it being used that way. I've only used it for loosening rusted joints. I don't even have any WD-40 anymore. And WD-40 will freeze, so don't put it on moveable parts during winter months. I found that out on the door locks for my car years ago.slingblade said:Kenny,
I like the acetone/atf idea, I have tried PB blaster but for the price didnt think it was a vast improvement over wd or similar.
Does the acetone/atf work well as a rust preventative? I have several GMC Sprints that I would like to treat in common rust areas.
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