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Diesel Detail Freak
I found this link like 3 weeks ago, of a company that makes "real water" or something like that. It was in a walthers newsletter, said somethign about snow IIRC. Anyways, this company also made a rust solution, that I wanted to test out on a boxcar. Well stupid me, I forgot to bookmark it! Anyone know of them? I remember the pages being messed up, the pictures were overlapping the menu on quite a few pages.

EDIT Now that I posted that, I decided to check Walthers, these MIGHT be it:
A I M Products Walthers Mfg # 110
902 Scenery Solutions (Weathering Liquid; 16 Ounces) -- Real Rust
903 Scenery Solutions (Weathering Liquid; 16 Ounces) -- Real Rust - Dark
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Diesel Detail Freak
Nope but very worthy, ordering that too! I got some longrunners & F89F flats to weather, in various stages, those decks get rusty! Then the other intermodal, and freight...

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