I’ve read about it in the restoration book, however, I usually operate from the “if it’s not broke, don’t fix it” thought process.
Here’s my dilemma￼￼. This car is pretty much unmolested and lived most all of its years in the USA West Coast, ie. dry climate, and in a garage/ storage. (I do detect some clay dust from the outback..😉)
I’ve gone through her and have changed out rubbers, and tackled whatever minor surface rust which is all it had. And have re-sprayed her (don’t have a name for it yet).
She will be living in Miami Beach, FL when I complete her. So, HOT, HUMID, and SALT AIR! I’ll use a Marine Corrosion lubricant on all the electronics.
BUT this “Bermuda Triangle” process is a bit more abusive .