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Can you apply it directly over primer?

Can you get it off again if you want to respray?
 

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I love this stuff

yeah, it'll seal primer..

You will spend AGES with thinners trying to get the shit off if you need to weld or paint it though
 

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When I get my bus back it will need protecting until I can get it sprayed that's why I was thinking of this anchor wax.

If it's going to be such a bitch to remove though maybe I should think of something else to do to stop it going rusty?
 

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whatever you put on, unless it's primer and paint, you're gonna have to remove it....
 

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Primer absorbs water though doesn't it?

I don't want to do a crap job of painting it myself and then have to bare metal it again when respray time comes around. Maybe I could seal it in a massive vacuum bag?
 

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Nige G said:
Primer absorbs water though doesn't it?

I don't want to do a crap job of painting it myself and then have to bare metal it again when respray time comes around. Maybe I could seal it in a massive vacuum bag?
:D

Yeah, you'd need to start a fresh with any "protective coat" cos you're always gonna run the risk of some kind of reaction
 

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Damn...

Looks like I'll be ordering about 50 aerosol cans of paint then.

Maybe I could leave it in the town centre and wait for it to be graffitti'd instead? ;)
 

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Nige G said:
Damn...

Looks like I'll be ordering about 50 aerosol cans of paint then.

Maybe I could leave it in the town centre and wait for it to be graffitti'd instead? ;)
Gis a buzz when you've got a mo fella
 

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From Morris Lubricants Ankor Wax page

'Removal is by hydrocarbon solvent or by use of a suitable alkaline cleaner.'

shame it doesnt say how tough if might be to remove :D
 
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