rust-inhibiting paint

anticorrosive paint

A paint formulated with a corrosive-resistant pigment (such as lead chro-mate, zinc chromate, or red lead) and a chemical and moisture-resistant binder; used to protect iron and steel surfaces.
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Spend a few extra bucks on a premium rust-inhibiting paint. It will contain zinc additives that provide an extra measure of protection against future rust.
For example, special rust-inhibiting paint had to be used to counter the effects of the drilling fluid - a solution containing potassium chloride and sodium chloride.
Treat rusted areas with a rust converter (such as Loctite Extend or naval jelly) and paint them with a rust-inhibiting paint.