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How do you refurbish a well used car car has rust and everything?


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Answered 2010-03-09 09:26:59

You must cut out all rust, because rust does not stop it continues to grow, please do not just cover it up because it will come back again.

The questioner is asking: How do you refurbish a well used car? and telling you that the car has rust all over. It would seem that the first thing to do is replace the parts that are rusty.


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