How to repair Rust

Rust repair can be done at home according to any budget. There are many options available. Of course having fresh metal is the optimum way to restore or repair a vehicle but the other options include treating rust as well as panels to repair and or cover.

Rust is the layman’s term for the electrochemical breakdown of iron-based metals called oxidation. In this process surface molecules react with oxygen in the air and produce a new molecule, Fe2O3, otherwise known as iron oxide.

While patching a hole caused by rust is not too difficult, it does take some patience, especially if you want to repaint the vehicle yourself.

If the hole caused by rust is not in a load-bearing area of the car, such as the chassis, it is possible to repair it with glass fiber or body filler. This will make your vehicle look whole again and prevent the rust damage from spreading. Below are some videos of techniques to deal with rust.

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