When you buy a new car, it’s worth taking the time to properly remove the rust on the sheetmetal (and other rust-resistant parts) before you buy it.
That way, you can spend less time worrying about rust and more time enjoying the new car.
We’ll show you how.1.
Remove the sheet metals.1) Remove the metal from the outside.
To do this, first you’ll need to remove any metal pieces that are inside your car, such as the dashboard and door trim.
These are the parts that can be removed.
If you’re using a dealer’s kit, you’ll remove these pieces first.
The kit includes a tool that can remove these components.
For a more detailed explanation of how to remove these metal pieces, visit our page on how to safely remove metal parts.2) Cut the sheet material away.
Next, you need to strip the metal of any rust.
You’ll also want to remove as much of the sheet as possible from the edges of the car.
To make this easier, we recommend using a plastic knife to cut away all the metal and then using a sharp knife to slice the pieces off.
You can use a hobby knife to make cuts at the edge.3) Peel off the metal sheet from the inside.
Next, you’re going to need to peel off the sheet from all the rust.
Once you have this removed, you should be left with a piece of metal that’s completely free of rust.
To remove this piece of sheet metal from your car and to clean up the remaining rust, simply scrape the metal away with a paper towel.4) Wash the sheet.
Now that you’ve cleaned up the rust, it is time to rinse it out.
You’re going the wrong way, so we suggest that you start by brushing your car with warm water to remove most of the remaining dust.
The only time you may need to brush the sheet is when you need a fresh coat of paint, as the paint will dry.
Once your car is clean, it should look like this.