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Monday, October 18, 2010

What is "rust back"?

Rust that occurs when freshly blasted bare steel is subject to high humidity or moisture
Any rusting or oxidation of steel to take it back to its original state as iron ore
Rust on the back side of a coating that has delaminated from steel
None of the above

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