As I move towards putting my car back together, I have created a citric acid bath to remove rust, which works better than I could have dreamed. My question is this: Once the parts come out of the citric acid bath, I want to primer them (using some sort of Epoxy Sealer) so they do not rust, or flash rust again. My progress is slow, but methodical, and I know absolutely nothing about painting with these types of products as a general rule. What is the best product (here is where the can gets opened) and what is the best way to get these parts primered? Should I soak them in Gibbs until I get a bunch of parts ready to paint, and do them all at once, or is there a way to efficiently paint these parts a couple at a time and not waste a bunch of paint. I see rattle cans advertised but DAMN! They are expensive....and I have never had a lot of faith in spray bombs.... So what is the best way to go here?