|Posted: Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:52 pm Post subject: Corrosion Treating the Inside of the Cabanes and Diagonals
On Wed, 1/17/18, jarheadpilot82 <jarheadpilot82(at)hotmail.com> wrote:
Subject: Corrosion Treating the Inside of the Cabanes and Diagonals
Date: Wednesday, January 17, 2018, 9:42 AM
I have built my cabanes and diagonals,
and I choses to use 4130 Chromoly streamlined tubing as
opposed to aluminum or wood. I want to corrosion treat the
inside of the cabanes and am looking for suggestions. Steve
D, I know you mentioned using CorrosionX on your Bonanza.
Which version? How would you apply to the inside of the
Thanks in advance for the suggestions.
Hi Terry, Linseed oil absorbs water. The whole reason behind boiled linseed oil is that it drives out the moisture, so you have only pure oil. Unfortunately, once you have opened the can, it begins the absorption process all over again. As it is stored, it collects more and more moisture. If you intend to reuse what you returned to the container it should be boiled once again to remove that water. Beautiful job on the welding. Keep up the good work. Be good, R. Scott Bartko Low and slow with the top down
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