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I believe that the crud is one of the biggest issues. But I follow what a friend of mine does and have been brushing old fashioned oil based rustoleum on those rust spots. Time will tell if it really works well or not. But it seems to be more effective than conversion primer, fluid film or berkebile pfc. Those are the combinations I was using in the past but on the winter car most of it returned on a yearly basis. The rustoleum seems to not have been effected much by last years winter so it appears to be a little better. Side note the winter car is a newer Saab my classic 900's go to sleep for the winter. Good Luck, Bernie
George Riggin Specialty Automotive
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