I have a steel military desk that has some surface rust and some more serious rust on the inside of a drawer.
It was a barn find, but I will now use it in my house in a climate controlled environment.
I like the look of the rust and don't need to sand it down or anything like that.
I was just wondering if there was a relatively easy way to prevent the rust from spreading, or is keeping it in a climate controlled environment good enough?
I have seen people using wax or other things, but not sure how that would work.
Also curious if a rust inhibitor like ballistol or something would be worth wiping over the whole piece.
Appreciate any input. Thanks!