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How to Repair Rust on Your Car Without Welding. Rust Removal



Today I show How To Repair Rust on your vehicle. Spray paint, rust removal and repair. Repairing rust on your car is essential and should be done to prevent it from spreading. You can Repair the Rust yourself at little cost. I show the most straight forward and easiest on long lasting repair for rusting. Your car will not rust again! Also shown blend paint

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Primer Aersosol- https://amzn.to/2DctNR7
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Masking Tape- https://amzn.to/2RLsZuy
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Body Filler Bondo https://amzn.to/2Mai48q

Rust repair videos:
How to Repair Rust on Your Car Without Welding (No Special Tools Needed) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4vusY2-rkQ&t=2s
DIY Rust Repair Cheap And Easy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hZ8uDG4NGY&t=282s

Wheel Repair And Paint:
How to Repair Curb Rash on any wheel rim https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FF_-JrdTcKs&t=168s
Turning a $100 set of wheels into a $1000 set of wheels https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yma5-Q2ZS0M

Disclaimer:
Due to factors beyond the control of Mad4Motors, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. Mad4Motors assumes no liability for any property or personal damage that may arise from doing a repair on your vehicle after watching any of my repair video’s. Due to factors beyond the control of Mad4Motors, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Again Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Mad4Motors.

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21 comments

  1. Maybe you guys want to repair your rust by welding? If so I have a video on the topic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpE5kh5ftHk&t=499s

  2. Very nice video. I have the same issue on one side of a project car but my rust is larger. I am not a welder nor have the equipment otherwise I would weld a patch.
    Would the condo mesh and glass bindi still hold on a larger hole area?
    It’s like half of my hand the hole to put in perspective

  3. Very cool and interesting! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Wow. Thats nice. So many steps tho. 😅

  5. At 3:47 a mesh suddenly appears. That was not listed in the materials and there is no explanation as to how it was attached. Is is glued on by the fiberglass putty?

  6. This looks incredible I’m looking at doing this myself on my Toyota Tundra I just purchased yesterday and noticed more rust than I thought 😢. I do plan on putting fender flares so not sure if I should paint or just sand and primer??

  7. 'The turd coat' hahaha. sorry.

  8. Is that a Irish or Scottish accent. I'm losing it. I used to be able to pin point so many English accents. I'm guessing it's a Northern Irish accent.

  9. Make sure you have sandpaper, awh smell that sand paper. Did i tell you it was low grade sandpaper. Make sure it is high grade sandpaper sandpaper. Also get an electric sandpaper. To sandpaper sand paper. Awh yes sandpaper!

  10. Mate! Ive been quoted £900 quid for this both rears. !! After your video im gonna do it myself. Cheers! Keep up the Great work!

  11. Very well done. Your accent sounds like you're from around Limerick, Ireland?

  12. Duck tape over the arches for mot, no sharp edge no problems

  13. Franchement j'ai aimé du bon travail pour pas chère 👍

  14. undersealing the back side of the edge of the wings makes a huge difference its messy but works also using a rust chem before filling helps allot, fiberglass filler love that gear

  15. The issue with a repair on the arches like this is rust gets into the inner fender, and so it will look good for a short while, and then it will simple rust out higher up. By the time it gets to this stage, you'll really need to cut the rusted metal out and weld in a new piece.

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