anti-rust topcoat

Any suggestions for topcoat on tractor implements. Have been primed with "One Step Rust Killer." Have not been satisfied with RustOleum in the past. Frank Georgia
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I've been happy wth Krylon products but I've also had issues using different brands on top of each other. Who makes "one-step-rust killer"?
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interstateproducts.com
Unable to locate source of Krylon brush-on products (gallon size).
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Sorry, thought you were talking spray cans.
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POR-15. It does work. You can even paint over it to get your desired color back (your Deere can stay green!).
<http://www.por15.com/
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Tegger

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Rustoleum is women's paint.
1. DP40 as a sealer/non-sanding primer. That shit dries hard as a rock.
2. Imron for the topcoat. You can pour brake fluid on that finish. -----
- gpsman
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Buy your paint at a farm supply store. Or implement dealer. If it is good for a farmer or rancher it is better than you need.
Joe
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