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All Talk, No Walk?
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So I have a ton of wrenches that I got after my dad passed away. Lots of Armstrong, Proto type wrenches. He would bring home a pair of wrenches almost every other day it seemed like, hence why I have like 50 each of 7/16, 1/2, 9/16" wrenches...lol Over the years they have gotten rusty.

I want to bead blast them, but I'm afraid they'll start rusting again. Is there anything I can coat/paint them with?
 

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HÄWÄÌÌÄñ
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uhm try some simple green mixed with some alcohol not sure if that will take off the rust but should make it more purty for sure!
 

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HÄWÄÌÌÄñ
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or that ^^^
 

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we had rusty wrenches and soaked em in diesel for some time and its good as new, hung on the peg board and use em all the time now
 

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:whs: 24 hour vinegar soak and most of it should just wipe off! Used it myself.

I have pictures somewhere on another site. IT WORKS!
 

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<<< THE GAUGE WHORE...
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coke... Soak them... it works.
 

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All Talk, No Walk?
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I'll try some of these and see what happens. I got a couple rubbermaid tubs full of wrenches...
 

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Coke, def works .
 
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