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Old 06-10-2009, 05:45 PM
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Keep Rust Away

Does anybody out there know of a product that will keep rust away.

i recently use bondo to fill this once rusted spot on my lude and to remove the rust before i did this i used this stuff

once i cleaned the rust off i started to bondo then a few days later i saw a little bit of rust coming through where the bondo met with the metal of the car

this is where i think the rust is coming back through (right above that red spot)



What should i do???
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Old 06-11-2009, 04:43 AM
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Re: Keep Rust Away

There's no other way other than welding new metal where the rust is.

Rust will keep coming back, fighting through Bondo no matter what. No product will cure oxidation of metal
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Re: Keep Rust Away

there is actually a product called extend. it solidifies the rust and prevents more from coming back. it's in spray and brush form. just haults the oxidation process

http://www.midwayautosupply.com/p-14...sol-81849.aspx


brian is right about starting over with new metal, it's the proper way to fix your problem.
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Re: Keep Rust Away

you cant just bondo and leave it and expect it not to rust. bondo is porous. do it like this: grind, sand, adhesion promoter, bondo, primer, paint. as long as the area that you bondoed is strong enough not to crack you should be good for a long time.
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