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topic 4743

How to keep steel from rusting while looking natural?


I am looking for a way to keep steel from rusting in a beach environment. I would like to keep it natural looking (distressed finish). I have thought about oils, varnishes, etc., but would appreciate any help on what is best. I would like the steel to remain in a "natural" appearance, so heavy finishes would not be desirable. I have no experience in this, so any help would be appreciated.

Dennis Brun
- Portland. OR


Everbrite Protective Coating is a user friendly, one part clear coating that will protect steel and other metal from rust, U.V, and salt air corrosion for years and can be easily maintained indefinitely. It is very thin and will not chip, crack, peel or discolor. You can order direct from the website.

Teresa Sedmak
Everbrite, Inc.
supporting advertiser  
 Reno, Nevada

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