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  1. Disco boi1300

    Disco boi1300 New Member

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    What’s the best way to go about sealing my d2
     
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    Welcome :rolleyes:

    Silicone tends to work well.
     
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    Pick a nice hot week in the summer.
    Give it a good clean / pressure wash.
    Waxoyl it ( i use a compressor and parafin gun).
    After doing it thoroughly the first time, I now give it a quick clean and waxoyl every summer.
     
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    I love this already....

    I use plasterboard for my ceiling :rolleyes::D


    Welcome to the forum :)
     
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    Hi and welcome!!
    Tip of the day, don't seal your udders, nothing good will come of ito_O
     
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    Title changed. 3rd time lucky ;)
     
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    Uberseal maybe?
     
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    Waxoil can seal dirt etc in. Make sure it’s tip top before layering it on ;)
     
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    Welcome to loonyzone:):D
     
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    My preference is angle grinder with a wire brush in it for anything with rust bubbles or loose rust then spray old sump oil on minding your sensitive bits . Repeat every time she’s on the ramps.
    I was working on an L322 today which had some major bubbles. Took them off and now ready for the oil or cream as the oil donor car had a blown head gasket
     
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    Welcome to the forum [​IMG]
     
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    Gaffer tape n lard.
     
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