Got a rusty car or truck? It’s easier than you think to fix surface rust nearly perfectly in your driveway. Click below to watch how I use a couple of ordinary woodworking sanders, some auto paint, wet-dry sand paper and a little rubbing compound to fix surface rust on my vehicles. With any luck you’ll get showroom results with just a few hours labour while avoiding th ugliness of owning a rusty car.
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