Would like to add my 2 cents worth on this. I have been using LPS. I had
bought many cans several years ago. Holds up well and covers well. Tried
some Rustoleum this year - "It ain't the same stuff". You get what you pay
for. The Rustoleum peeled off. Recoated with LPS and it has been holding up
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Subject: Re: [Towertalk] Cold Galvanizing?
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> Home Depot stocks (around here anyway) Rustoleum's Cold Galvanizing
> in a spray can. $5 for 20oz can. Located with the other spray paint.
> idea if that brand is any good.
With cold galv, you get what you pay for. The more expensive ones -$7-10
a can - tend to have better adhesion, coverage and less running. The cheaper
varieties - $3-5 a can - do poorly in those areas. The expensive ones
the LPS version, the Klein, and the commercial ones (Rustoleum ain't one of
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