Rust removal

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  1. Apr 17, 2013 #1

    Polak28

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    Hey guys, my BMW has a few small rust spots:suspicious: around fenders and bumpers and such, to be expected in Minnesnowta but anyway I was hoping I could get some tips on removing the rust myself or recommended body shop. Thanks in advance:thumbsup:
     
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    OneSloZ

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    To remove I have some spots to do as well sand it down and see how bad it reall is then ethe cut it out an replace or cut it out an hondo he small areas
     
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    Polak28

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    Well most of it looks like its only surface rust, but yeah I'll sand it down and see how bad it really is
     
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    Naval jelly to eat it out fill and repaint or Por 15 rust nuteralizer.
     
  5. Apr 17, 2013 #5

    Polak28

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    Where can I get "Naval jelly"? I've never heard of it so I'm kinda curious. And any suggestions on what I should use to fill?