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Questions about paintwork, including repairing damage, preparation and care for existing paintwork

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The quickest/cheapest fix I could find was to use a matching shade of paint and dab on the rust spots. For spots where rust has started creeping into the sheet, sand down the spot to remove all … brown stuff and then dab the paint. While it does not helps with the looks, it is extremely effective till you get to the proper body job. Has worked well for me so far. …
answered Jan 29 '18 by varunsangal
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salty and humid). The quickest/cheapest fix I could find was to use a matching shade of paint (I selected from Com-paint) and dab on the rust spots. Has worked well for me so far. Also, regular waxing/body treatment helps stave off rust, but not indefinitely. …
answered Jan 29 '18 by varunsangal