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I used some cheap black spray paint on my rock sliders. I'm starting to notice some rust color in a few areas. It's barely noticeable but I want to touch it up a bit. I was wondering if respraying them with Rustoleum would prevent any more surface rust. It's just on the edges and corners where it's noticeable. I just want them to be black and not have to worry about a little rust color here and there. Thanks
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Yes rustoleum is a very good paint. You may want to use their rusty metal primer also. I know this because i pre-finish exterior doors in this stuff every day.
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I was actually going to ask a very similar question about using it for my Brush Guard because the rust is begging to really show.

If you do it, make sure you post some pictures, because I really want to see how it turns out before I take on the project
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Rustoleum works awesome. When I made my light tabs (over 2 1/2 years ago) I sprayed them with Rustoleum primer and 2 coats of Rustoleum flat black and they look like the day I put them on. They went through three Chicago winters and are actually holding up better than the KC lights are.
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I'll get around to doing it sometime when it starts to cool down here. I can't paint when it's over 100 degrees just too hot. I alwas heard that the stuff works great but I wanted a few opinions from the guys here. Thanks
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