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Relic M40 rust removal w BKF

Article about: by Pablo Unfortunately, I suffer from "Putzer's Syndrome" where I can't help but putz around with a helmet, (e.g. removing rust or paint to see what's underneath) that comes into m

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    Default Re: Relic M40 rust removal w BKF

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    Unfortunately, I suffer from "Putzer's Syndrome" where I can't help but putz around with a helmet, (e.g. removing rust or paint to see what's underneath) that comes into my possession. Until I get treatment, I need to stay away from these helmets for a while and maybe find a support group. From other posts in this forum I don't think I'm the only one. Any recommendations on self-help would be appreciated. Maybe I should just take photos of helmets and putz around with photoshop....less destructive.
    Wasnt having a go at you mate, just an observation, and a good leaning experience for me as I my just used soapy water on one of my lids to get some of the dust and crap of it, rather than go with anything harsher!

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    Default Re: Relic M40 rust removal w BKF

    If it has been sandblasted previously and nearly all bare metal,
    then a 'restoration' attempt would be fine with this lid, IMO.
    Regards,


    Steve.

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