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Because Gibbs Brand is a "mega penetrant" that is thinner than water, it works its way right into the pores of the metal. Applying Gibbs Brand is similar to using wood stain on hardwood — and not at all like paint.
Put a couple of drops of Gibbs Brand as close as possible to the area where it's needed. Gibbs Brand begins to work right away. In cases where fasteners or parts are completely frozen, use as above and then apply another couple of drops of Gibbs Brand a day later. If at all possible, wait until the third day to carefully free up the parts.
Gibbs Brand not only protects metal surfaces from oxidizing, but when it's applied to rusty surfaces, it actually reverses the effects of the oxidization process. Spray a light coat of Gibbs Brand over the rusted area. Where needed, use a paper towel to gently wipe it into a uniform coat. Let it site overnight. On badly rusted surfaces, spray on a heavier coat, but wait a couple of days to wipe it down.
Correctly applied on bare metal, a light coat of Gibbs Brand will
minimize the possibility of oxidization. Over time, the more times Gibbs Brand
is applied, and the more effective it will be.