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  1. Well I'm sure it wont matter since all of you here are far more advanced than me. I was in the process of making rust when I wrote this question. I painted my 32 ford with silver paint and dusted it with flat black paint and sanded with 100 grit sand paper. Afterward I had made rust and added water and elmers glue. Made it runny and fairly permanant. So if anyone cares it beats expensive stuff...
  2. Ok I know this is a long done discussion, but it seems to me if you rust like that it will wipe off. Is there really an easy way to get the rust to stick without laying on wet paint. I wanted to rust my 32 chopped ford rat rod I am working on and I thought of the steel wool but I dont know how to get it to stick... Not to mention, I really appreciate the work you guys do, but I cant see me spending too much on a plastic model car. Just want to have fun and create neat little cars... Any suggestions???