[TR] Rust preventative for long term storage

Geo Hahn ahwahneetr at gmail.com
Sat Aug 8 06:46:42 MDT 2015

You might consider Fluid Film.  It sprays on and leaves an oily film that
creeps and persists.

Amazon has it (used to be mostly sold thru tractor supply stores).  I've
heard that lately it is showing up in auto parts chains and the website
says Lowes carries it, so it should be easy to find.



On Fri, Aug 7, 2015 at 5:41 PM, v6spitfireguy at cox.net <v6spitfireguy at cox.net
> wrote:

> What rust preventative (Preferably spray on) do you folks use.  I want to
> store a pair of complete cylinder heads (conceivably for several) years and
> have, in the past, not had very good luck (WD40 etc).
> Smearing grease, and storing in a plastic bag??
> I’m open for suggestions, besides painting the mating surface -
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