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Old 03-22-2013, 09:33 PM   #51
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ok that's what i was looking for.. ty doug.. The tank i have is in my living room and the humidity is now where near what it is like at my LFS so this should slow down the rust.. But no matter what, any metal being in close proximity to salt water will rust eventually.. When i do finally get these light i may repaint them with something better/more coats of paint.. Im not sure which paint im going to use yet but im going to look into it.. Thanks for the photos
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they sell a product called Plasti Dip-
Plasti Dip Protective Coating Products | Plasti Dip Protective Coating Products | Rubber Dip Coating

You could unscrew the grates on the fans and spray/dip them in this and then they should be fine, except for the screws....
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