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Looking for rust inhibitors

I am looking for a real good rust inhibitor for my frame. I was recommended one but for the life of me I cant remember the damn name! I saw it in one of the advertisements on this site. Its a paint on, where you dont have to strip rust, you apply it and you're set. Thanks guys!
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Theres one style i like called "Rust Check" comes in many colors and the other style is "Black Asphalt Undercoating" it works really good and its black
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Fluid Film - expensive but worth it.
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Thanks guys, but are these the kind you dont need to sand or wire brush? Kind of just apply it and it will take care of everything? Also, is one gallon good?
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I would think you would want to wirebrush or prep. I think with all of them the prep is important.
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You shouldnt have to wire brush or sand with the ones i posted , but it all depends on how much rust build up u got , the asphault one is prob one of the better ones i think and its $4.25 a rattle can , (in canadian bills)
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Last year I did the whole frame with rust/paint stripping pads, then painted it with 3 coats of black vht. Only problem was the winter salt ate the paint away. I guess I probably should sand it down but I was hoping to find a prodeuct where I didnt have to do that again. It took a long friggin time to do that!
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