Thanks for the answers guys:
Someone said the primer was the most important thing about the process.
And I found an interesting posting while waiting on answers here:
It said a lot of things and then gave this list as a reference for the methods
to use from best to worst:
1. Hot Dip Galvanizing
2. Inorganic Zinc
3. Zinc-filled Epoxy
4. Cold Galvanizing Stray
6. Regular House Paint
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> Subject: [TowerTalk] Surface Rust on Rohn 25
> What is the best method, type and brand of products to use
> for getting rid of surface rust from Rohn 25.
> I have already gotten Scotch Brite Pads for cleaning, but
> there are so many brands and possibilities of Primers and
> Cold Galvanizing Paint Sprays I would like to hear from
> experience rather than reinvent the wheel.
> Any ideas?
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