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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 6:56 am 
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Bit of a strange one. I have about loads of really ugly rust marks doing down the side of my house. I need the source removed, sealed then repainted. ANy tips? Advice? How do i stop it?


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 5:02 pm 
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any chance of some better (closer) pics ?

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I've cropped it, and blown it up quite a bit.
Rough I know but it might help a bit.
Looks like a horizontal join in the render at gutter level.
I'm no expert, but rust from nails used to fix mesh on at some time?

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My first thought was nails and mesh

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Thanks for the improved pics.

I could type out a long post on how to deal with the issue ...

Thankfully, Zinsser have it covered.

http://www.zinsseruk.com/howto/paint-ru ... -surfaces/

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I could type out a long post on how to deal with the issue ...

Thankfully, Zinsser have it covered.

http://www.zinsseruk.com/howto/paint-ru ... -surfaces/

So they are basically saying to use CoverStain. I wonder if Pliolite (which I have never seen or used) would do the same trick.


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wine~o wrote:
I could type out a long post on how to deal with the issue ...

Thankfully, Zinsser have it covered.

http://www.zinsseruk.com/howto/paint-ru ... -surfaces/

So they are basically saying to use CoverStain. I wonder if Pliolite (which I have never seen or used) would do the same trick.


:dunno: never tried pliolite

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I had a look for the name on the site ... I first came across it from from transitboy and having looked back HaveBrushWillTravel was also promoting it. I guess up to the OP ro read the spec sheets and figure out if it would seal rusting things.


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Thanks, any advise on what caused it and how to stop it from happening again?


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Thanks, any advise on what caused it and how to stop it from happening again?


I posted a link to the Zinsser site earlier.

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that rust from probly non galvanised or non ss fixings could have started well under the dash and covering the stains with Zinsser or similar will cover the stain for a while but the rust stains will almost certainly reappear in the future.
by now the metal lath itself is maybe also rusting out.
a rock and a hard place?

i notice a for sale sign - for whose house yous or your neighbours?


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