My trusty old 34 five window is still at the body shop and it gets a little damp in there in the winter so I sent off for a four-pac of Gibbs to help protect the bare metal. I got all jiggy with the hood top....gibbs and scotchbrite followed up with gibbs and some fine steel wool. I thought the gibbs would actually disolve the surface rust after reading some testimonials on line. It didn't do it for me. I had to rely on the scotchbrite pads and steel wool to remove the light rust and followed it up with steel wool saturated with Gibbs. Did a nice job and if it protects against rust coming back, I'll be happy. Here's a couple photos of the car after Jimmy and I wiped the body down with a couple rags.looks remarkably better. I sure hope they'll be no primer adhesion problems down the road. Little things like this re-ignites my motivation to keep going.. Whaddya think?