How to Fix Honda Rust
You recently noticed rust spots on your Honda and want to know how to fix Honda rust? Rust can get on cars do to the constant change in whether, because the age of a car or due to regular wear and tear on your car. Rust makes your car look unattractive and can be a distraction to you. If not taken care off rust can spread and begin to overtake your car. As long as the rust spots has not corroded and penetrated deep into your car, it is possible for you to fix the rust on your Honda car.
To fix Honda rust you need:
- coarse sandpaper
- rust solvent
- small paint brush
- Wipe the rust to get rid of extra debris. Use a dry towel to wipe off the Honda rust to remove loose dirt and debris. This will make it easier to remove the Honda rust.
- Remove the first layer of rust. Use coarse sandpaper to sand the rusted area. Sand it all the way down as much as you can until it is no longer visible.
- Apply rust removing solvent. Scrape or wipe away any access rust or paint from the rusted area. Brush away all the dust and debris from the area and then apply rust removing solvent to the affected area.
- Apply the primer. Make sure to tape off the Honda rusted areas to prevent the rest of your Honda from getting damaged. Apply a few layers of primer to the area to until all of the dents and scratches are filled in. Allow primer to dry completely.
- Sand the primed area. After you have allowed enough time for the primer to dry, sand the area with wet coarse sandpaper. Use a rag to dry the area.
- Apply a fresh coat of paint. With the matching paint color to your car, apply paint as smoothly as you can with a small paintbrush. Be sure to blend the paint in as best as you can with the rest of your car. Allow for the paint to dry completely for a good 10 to 12 hours.
- Clean up the painted area. After the paint is completely dry polish and wax the area to give it a good polished finish.