How To Remove Rust from Car Parts - 1973 Pontiac Grand Am Upper Trailing Arm
The Metal Rescue™ team shows Mark how the Metal Rescue™ Rust Remover bath can restore an upper trailing arm off of a 1973 Pontiac Grand Am. Our Metal Rescue™ girl also demonstrates the safety of Metal Rescue™ by putting her hands directly into the bath with rusty parts. Metal Rescue™ was able to bring the upper trailing arm back to life in only a few short hours and no harm was done to the rubber grommets either.
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How To Remove Rust from Car Parts - Ford 302 Pulley
An extremely rusty Ford Boss 302 pulley is soaked in Metal Rescue™ Rust
Remover Bath. The non-toxic, water based rust remover is able to restore
the pulley back to new condition! The results are amazing, watch and see
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Cheap way to repair rust
Just a quick how-to on how to get rid of rust. This is NOT the way to do
it so it will last twenty years, this will simply make your car last a
couple years longer. Note that this will not work if you've got rust that
turned into a hole, only surface rust.
Using citric acid for rust removal
Citric acid can be bought from drugstore (they use it in jelly or such to
adjust acidity) but it is very expensive there. Therefore Finnish rodders
buy it from some agriculture-store. It is not expensive. Officially it is
used as pigs obstruent! I dipped those parts in citric acid for overnight,
next day brushed it with wirebrush and flushed it with water. Then again
back to citric acid over night and wirebrushed + flushed it next day.
Flushing is important, you'll want to get all acid away, otherwise steel
will turn to yellow.
You can't use this method on all parts because of hydrogen embrittlement.
So no pedals, frames, brake drums, engine blocks or such to citric acid!!!
And yeah, parts should be clean -I've cleaned 'em with fuel- because grease
will neutralize acid. Ratio was 3%
Parts must be dried soon as you get them flushed, I quess you guys know
Music on the background:
Junior Brown; "Sugarfoot Rag"
Remove Rust from Metal and Panels the Easy Way: Video 1
"The easy and safe way to remove rust at home". I am amazed at how many
people have not heard of this method before. Some old school tips are more
useful today, it saved them money and it will save you time and money too.
Proper automotive rust repair
A quick video that follows a rust repair I did on my daughter's car. The
right way of dealing with rust is cutting it out and welding new metal in,
no other method will yield any lasting repair. And no, rust can not be
neutralized completely on a car, there are just too many places you can't
reach... No miracle product, no shortcuts....its just a long process...
Don't ask about price, I don't do those kinds of repairs commercially,
there is just no way to make money with those at a fixed price...
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How To Remove Rust from Car Parts - 1964 Chevy Impala Headlight
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How to safely and easily de-rust or clean rust a very rusty headlight from
a 1964 Chevy Impala headlight using a safe, clean and easy to use rust
remover bath. Metal Rescue™ is a Rust Remover Bath used by industry,
military and car restorers throughout the world.
Dealing with the First Signs of Underbody Rust on Your Old Car
Rust repair solutions:
Best rust repair product for your Mercedes and other old car. Stop the rust
early before it can grow into holes. Sealing the rust from any exposure to
moisture it the key to success. Normal paints, undercoating, conversion
coatings, primers and sealers will NOT do that.
How to Fix Surface Rust on a Car
This Caravan has been repaired before and is starting to rust along the
bottom edge of the door. It appears that someone has installed a door skin
before and the didn't do the best job in the world. The rust along the
bottom can be removed but nobody can guarantee the rest of the door won't
do the same thing over time as nobody knows to what degree this door was
To start you will want to use either a grinder or a paint stripping wheel
to remove as much as possible. Once you are at your limit with the
stripping wheel move on to your spot blaster to remove the rust not
accessible with the grinder. A little bit of putty was applied to level out
the area a tad however I think it was wobbly to begin with, the whole door
bottoms are like this from the skin being incorrectly installed. This type
of repair will get the guy down the road but without stripping the whole
door who knows what will happen. We can not guarantee this kind of work but
given the cost of redoing someone elses work it is not in the budget for
this customer. Lesson learned, have it done right the first time.
Easy Rust Repair the 'Hack' Way -EricTheCarGuy
As you may know my 1993 Acura Vigor had some pretty bad water leaks into
the trunk due to rust issues. To repair them I needed to do a little body
work. In this video I show how to do body work using 'hack' methods to get
you by. In order to do this 'properly' it would have been best to cut out
the old rusted material and weld in new metal. I didn't feel that my $500
Acura Vigor was worth that effort so I did what you see here in this video.
As stated this method works very well for floor pans or other areas where
you're not necessarily going to see the finished product. Honestly, I don't
think things turned out so bad, in fact, I have a new appreciation for the
car now that I've done this work, despite the fact that the paint doesn't'
match. Perhaps one day I'll go back and finish it properly and respray the
entire car. For now, I have other work to do to keep this car in good
Camera: Brian Kast
If you want to see how real body work is done? Check out my friend Donnie
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Introduction to my Acura Vigor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgKqLr353VY
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Cutting Bits (with die grinder set):
Finding and Fixing Leaks:
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video. EricTheCarGuy recommends safe practices when working with power
tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment,
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If the car has a natural enemy, it's rust. Left unattended it's unsightly
and unsafe, but can be repaired with the right products and a bit of
effort. You can keep your car in top condition by checking your body work
as often as you check your oil and repairing rust spots as soon as they
Visit your nearest Supercheap Auto store or visit us online -
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Removing Rust from Automobile Header(Electrolysis) Part 1
Using a battery charger, washing soda, and a tub full of water, we have
reduced the iron oxide back into elemental iron. This came at the expense
of oxiding a piece of steel rebar. Do not use stainless steel. See part 2
for results (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rGfCDbPX6M)
Remove Rust from Metal and Panels the Easy Way: Video 2
"No abrasives required" Ready for panel and paint immediately!
Nothings more cost effective than being able to do your projects from your
own garage. You can even turn this into some extra cash flow, and to start
it won't even break your bank balance. Nothing is worse than completing
your project and finding six months later you have a blister in the painted
surface. With this method, "I know all the rust is gone"