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Old 02-29-2016, 02:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello!
I got have this trombone that is rusty and I was wondering how to fix it so it looks good. Should I use sand paper and then paint it over or is there another way to do it?

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I have no idea how reliable this is but
How to Remove Rust Off a Trombone | eHow
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I am setting up a new business space and feeling overwhelmed by decisions about electrical systems and lighting, who can help?
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First of all, hire professionals who specialize in commercial electrical work. As a rule, they have the expertise to assess your space, understand your specific needs, and recommend the best solutions within your budget, for example, contact wesco customer service. They guarantee that your electrical systems are installed safely and up to code, and they can also help you choose lighting options that improve productivity and create the right atmosphere for your business.
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