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Fri Jun 5 18:33:06 EDT 2020
And the 1000mg gel caps twice a day are helpful for mood stabilization and
lowers cholesterol. :-) -- IV
On Fri, Jun 5, 2020 at 4:44 PM Colin via VirtualVairs <
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> A few guys have suggested drained engine oil would be a cheaper rust
> treatment alternative to fish oil, which it definitely would. However the
> fish oil we use here is odourless, leaves a clear dry coating and is 500%
> more penetrating than engine oil. You may have trouble getting engine oil
> run down the drain holes under the windscreen. Fish oil flows like water
> We get it here in Australia in spray cans or in tins to brush on. It seems
> our fish oil may be sold in US under a different name.
> If you have got rust weeping out from where 2 body or trim parts join,
> or paint fish oil on the area and you will be amazed how much it penetrates
> and actually goes looking for the rust. When you are finished you won't
> any more rust signs or residue. Engine oil new or old will not have
> near the same penetrating or protective effect, not to mention the mess
> engine oil will create.
> I am about to re-install my power train and I have taken the opportunity to
> liberally spray all up around the floor and suspension around where the
> gearbox will sit. Its magic stuff and so easy to use.
> The only downside to it is you can't of course paint over it. But that is
> easily solved by cleaning with a decent wax and grease remover before
> painting, which you would probably do anyway.
> I am surprised it is not more commonly used up there. The mystery is what
> it called in US.
> Colin LYNN #28299
> Perth, Western Australia.
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