I take you through fixing rust on my 99 A3; with how to convert rust, prime and spray/blend back into the paint work. One thing not covered in the video is using filler to fill the pitting, I was
Stop the Rust- How to Fix Rust Spots on your Car. If you own anything made of metal there's a chance you're going to fight rust sometime in your life. If you own a car that's more than a few years old there's an even larger chance rust will creep into your life (there's a pun there).
The cost of fixing rust on a car will greatly depend on the professional you use, the car you drive and the amount of rust that needs to be fixed. Smaller spots, no more than one to three inches in diameter, can cost as little as $50 to $100 to fix, whereas major repairs, larger than 12 inches in diameter, can cost upwards of $200 to more than
How to fix rust on your car Sure, you can lower your risk of rust and rust spots on your car by applying paint protection film to chip-prone areas like the front edge of the hood, and by frequently washing off road salt and waxing your vehicle regularly. But even then, you're still going to get rust spots.
Use the putty knife or metal scraper to scrape off the paint that has bubbled up from the rust. This will expose a small area of rust and remove any loose paint.
Method 2 of 2: Using a fiberglass repair kit to repair the hole Step 1: Remove all of the rust until you get to solid body. Step 2: Apply rust primer. Step 3: Even out the edges of the hole. Step 4: Prepare your fiberglass resin repair kit. Step 5: Apply a layer of fiberglass mat. Step 6: Apply