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rust on rea fender. cheap way of fixing??

i know rust on the fender is REALLY common, but when i looked under my car im like wow... its REALLY rusted.

now wats a cheap way of fixing it?? should i juz sand it and then apply touch up paint to cover it up?? heres a pic

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Re: rust on rea fender. cheap way of fixing??

cheap is cheap. if you want to fix it, it's going to cost money. If you want to cover it up, it's pretty inexpensive
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cheap is cheap. if you want to fix it, it's going to cost money. If you want to cover it up, it's pretty inexpensive
i guess i could juz cover it up for now. so would i just sand the rust away then apply touch up paint??
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Re: rust on rea fender. cheap way of fixing??

as long as its not rot, and its just surface rust, wire brush it. or get one of the rust conversion liquids you brush on. then prime, paint, clear
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Re: rust on rea fender. cheap way of fixing??

As above. If the cancer is nasty, it will require panel (or partial) panel replacement. This will not be cheap.
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as long as its not rot, and its just surface rust, wire brush it. or get one of the rust conversion liquids you brush on. then prime, paint, clear
i think it is rotting :( even juz by lookin at the pic
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