All those who own cars in places where there is much brine in the air like near the sea or ocean, or where salt is used to make snow laden roads motorable, or which are very rainy and cars are exposed to long periods of wetness, will agree that rust is more likely to blow a big hole in their pocket than in the car body. Despite advances made in technology to develop corrosion resistant materials and undercoats, probably more money is spent in car bodywork repairs for rust control than for collision repair. If you need to get car body repairs for rust control/repair, then you have the option of taking your to the car body repair shop or doing it yourself.

It is vital to go to the right car body repair shop so that the car bodywork repairs carried out have a professional stamp. It should be able to handle your car repairs in a reasonable time length and deliver the best service possible. Minor rusting which has not penetrated the entire panel but is to be found only on the surface can actually be dealt with at home. Just vigorously rub sandpaper over it and then coat it with epoxy primer. Epoxy has long been known to have anti-corrosive properties. In fact, epoxy coating has been used to prevent timber rot in boats. However, more extensive rusting would require panel replacement. Browse this site listing about  car body repairs dublin

Specialized work like panel replacement, whether it is being effected on a relatively new car body or an antique car, is best left to some credible car body repairs shop which is approved by automobile manufacturers and insurance companies. You are better off replacing the panels that are damaged beyond repair due to widespread rust with new ones. The best rust repair method for areas such as the lower parts of a door or a portion of the main body including the rear quarter panel that is beyond all other means of repair is using rust repair panels.

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