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Old 05-01-2011, 09:58 PM
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Default Semi-Permanent cure for RBS (Rusty Bumper Syndrome)

You will need:

1. A rusty chrome bumper:



2. A roll of Masking/painters tape

3. Steel wool or sandpaper. I used Steel Wool.

4. A can of this:



Mask and spray:



end result:



As you can see, the stuff goes on THICK, so a good 12 inches of standoff is a must to avoid the run you see in the above pic. The longevity of this fix is a question, but I cant see having to redo it more than once a year.
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