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MetalGuard Ultra - 125ml
MetalGuard Ultra is a high specification thin film coating which leaves a 2 micron clear film which will not yellow with age. It contains both ferrous metal and yellow metal corrosion inhibitors. Supplied as a liquid in either 125ml, 250ml or 1 litre cans it can be applied by brush, spray or dipping. Unlike the majority of other thin film coatings available on the market, it complies with defence standard 68-10/2 (PX24) and NATO CODE C-634 which is indicative of the quality of the product. Under typical workshop conditions it can be expected to provide protection for up to two years. It is NOT designed to protect metals exposed to 'the elements'. MetalGuard Ultra does not contain silicone. Supplied in a 125ml tin.
PLEASE NOTE, Due to the flammability of the product it can only be sold in the UK mainland or via our overseas stockists.
Keeping my tools bright and rust free has always been a problem in my workshop/garage – single skin brickwork and roof, and it’s damp. I’ve tried several so-called rust preventatives over the years with little success, but I’ve now discovered a product that appears very effective. It’s called ‘MetalGuard Ultra’ and is available from Axminster. Early last December I took a piece of bright mild steel, coated half of it with the product and leant the piece against the inside of my dampest wall; inside, but still damp! I’ve examined it periodically and although the uncoated half is heavily rusted, the coated area is still rust free. B. Butters 2008
I keep a cloth saturated in MetalGuard Ultra in a metal tin which I carry in my tool bag. All my tools get a wipe-down after use and I can say that I have not had a problem with rusting since using it. It's light years ahead of the camellia oil I used to use. Craig Bentzley 2011
Excellent. This really is great, I use this to wipe down all my tools after sharpening/putting away. Since being rigorous in it's use I've had no problems with rust. While not cheap, a little goes a long way. I dispensed it into a bottle with a dropper top and a drop or two on a cloth will coat most tools. (12/02/2015) Mike H - Essex
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