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Old 03-25-2009, 07:33 PM
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Rust bubbleing errrr

So yea i have some small rust bubbleing on my back right panel and on my sunroof a little its not that big of a deal i was just wondering if there was a cheap way to fix or make them look nicer

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Old 03-25-2009, 09:29 PM
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Re: Rust bubbleing errrr

If it's just surface rust then sand it down to good medal hit it with a rust preventing primer then paint like normal. If you can't get a pro job take time with a spray can it wont look perfect but can be hard to tell and better then the rust getting worse.
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Re: Rust bubbleing errrr

yeah i started sanding it alrdy it looks alot better just need to get me paint
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Re: Rust bubbleing errrr

Just make sure you go down to clean metal. Rust is kinda like a iceberg you only see a small part on the top but theirs more under it.
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Re: Rust bubbleing errrr

yea if its bad enough like it was on mine on the back panel above the driverside wheel u gotta get bondo and do a bit of that its actually really easy use a drill and goto home depot and get a grinder attachment and grind the hell outta it then sand it and bondo it then wait then bondo then wait.....la de da until it is level with the rest of the panel thn sand and primer it then get some paint....im waitin on my paint atm
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Re: Rust bubbleing errrr

ok ill try that
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Re: Rust bubbleing errrr

bondo is a good idea. i thought i got all my rust out to bondo it, but now its bubbling. its on my back quarter panel. someday ill fix it =P
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Re: Rust bubbleing errrr

how much do you think it would cost to get it done professionally or if i removed the rust my self and primered it, how much would it be for them to repaint those parts?
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