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    Removing and Detailing Rust from My Undercarriage

    Does anyone have any experience with removing rust from their undercarriage? I have a decent amount of it and would like to know the best way for removing it before I detail and undercoat/paint the underside of my car. It's on the sways, braakes, cradle washers (?), etc... Any suggestions would be appreciated.



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    wire brush and por15.
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    yep what erik said..
    but use gloves and eye protection...its a acid based cleaner. than use their metal treatment after before painting..
    www.por15.com

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    Thanks...I couldn't remember what the hek the name of that stuff was. How is it to apply since I've never used it?

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    it goes on easy but don't get it on you......it will take months to get off.

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    I just went on their website. I need the Marine Cleaner, Metal Prep, Por 15 and then the topcoat. It doesn't say to wire brush anything, but I agree with Erik to do that first and remove as much of the rust as possible first. It can only make for a better job. Looks like some serious stuff. Should i use their undercoat once I'm done with this process?

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    use the paint. it turns so hard you can hammer on it and not hurt it.

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    yep but as erik said if you get their paint on your hands...your wearing it for months! LOL

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