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Old 10-29-2003, 12:46 PM   #1
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What is the easiest way to take care of rust that is right behind the rear doors weather seal? Its pretty rusted. Just behind that seal, no where else.
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Wire brush it off, and get a can of Stop rust.

whatever the hell it'* called...
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Use Rust Converter, i used it on my boat trailor. it was pretty good. it turns the rust to a hard material. to stop the rust from spreading...
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You guys know what I'm talking about right. Its right behind the seal. I can't really get to it. Should I brush the rust converter on the top where I can reach and let it drip down and see what happens?
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well you have to wire brush off the loose rust, and spray...
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You guys know what I'm talking about right. Its right behind the seal. I can't really get to it. Should I brush the rust converter on the top where I can reach and let it drip down and see what happens?
I'd remove the seal, if it'* rusting behind it, the re-affix.
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remove seal sand down area then put the stop rust primer then paint it spray paint will work cuz no 1 i gonna see the door jamb unless they r looking
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if I take the door seal off to get to the rust will I have to buy a new seal?
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o well thats if u want it done right
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o well thats if u want it done right
Agreed...but in a pinch, you don't have to unless you damage it taking it off...On my Saturn, there'* a flange that it rides, and you just glue it back in...
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