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After Dartmouth i had a failing brake on the trailer. The lining had come away from the shoe.

 

I got the kit needed delivered and set to work.

 

Having taken the drums apart i felt i needed to clean them up a bit.

 

Various BiltHamber products were bought.

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Bits that couldn't be dunked got 2 coats of paint on rust converter and the a 2 part epoxy paint.

 

Even the bits that were stripped in the water based solution got a coat of rust converter, that turns them dark / black and creates a barrier on the surface.4c2cc1e95c4c5b52d65ec5a65a224a12.jpg840d39d0e9e7cd367b46ec854f7b874c.jpg

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Obviously your not some one who cleans his tools after every use then !!

Good effort made now though !

 

Depends, these were the worse things i coudl find mind you! the blue pliers were for use in the garden and were "recovered" from outside!

 

The knives, though sharp, live on the boat in their sheaths, so on a was down i guess i should take them out - or every 5 yrs dip them in Detox-C.

 

R

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