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Does anyone know the name of the product(s) that mimic galvanising? They are used for repair of damaged galvanising or to cover up a non galvanised piece that has been welded on. It's like a silvery paint/paste. Any help is appreciated.
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Thats exactly what I was looking for. Thanks.
 

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You're welcome. Let me know how it works. I was thinking about trying it in some spots on a Series I.
 

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I used it...

I've used this cold galvanizing compound on my truck.

When I had it all apart, I was thinking of having the trim bits dipped, but there wasn't any place nearby that would do the galvanizing, so I tried out the spray.

I used a number of brands, Rustoleum, CRC(?)...maybe one other...

All in all, they seemed about the same, just a lot of thin coats and it's held up pretty well.

I've seen another guy's truck who did the hammered finish paint on his trim...now that *looks* more like galvanizing, but it would be a toss up to see what is more durable...

Bogatyr
 
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