||On 28 Sep 2004 19:51:46 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Wwj2110) wrote:
||> Has anyone here effectivly sprayed used motor oil on the underside of their
||>vehicles as a rust inhibitor? I tryed a garden sprayer but the viscosity was
||>too high to work properly. Im thinking, fueloil furnace pump & modified
I use used motor oil to renew the crosstie retaining walls on my property. Keeps
them looking new , and keeps the bugs & rot away. I apply it with a simple air
siphon sprayer made by Milton. Costs abut $15, lasts forever, and will spray
most anything up to latex paint (but don't do that!). It comes with a 10-ft
vinyl hose. Drop that in a jug of oil and press the trigger. Wear a mask or
respirator, you don't want to inhale any of the aerosol oil.
I suppose you could also use an airless paint sprayer.
Texas Parts Guy