At 20:17 9/16/97 +0100, G3SEK wrote:
>The whole thing runs in about a gallon of "Waxoyl", a thick slushy wax-
>oil compound (surprise) which contains corrosion inhibitors and also
>repels water. It is sold mainly for rust protection of auto body shells,
>so I suppose there is something similar on the US market.
I have been looking for this stuff (Waxoyl) over here for several years
now so as to use same within the rusty bowels of my 1969 VW Pop-Top
Camper Bus, but have had no success in finding Waxoyl here in the U.S.
I did find a fellow in St. John, Montserrat who imported it from the
U.K. for his body shop attacks against sea water rust on Montserrat's
old car fleet,
and he was going to get me a can of it to take back home with me on my
next trip to VP2M, but, as we all know ............... :-(
If anybody discovers a U.S. source for Waxoyl, please let me know.
Bob, N5RP, VP2MGP
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