|12-19-2010 02:22 PM|
|Snowbucks||Is it even possible to NOT use "rust" and "Jeep" in the same sentence?!? LOL|
|12-18-2010 10:52 PM|
|12-18-2010 08:44 PM|
|12-18-2010 08:19 PM|
|4Jeepn||You may have to wait until the weather is warmer but if you get a hair dryer and heat the dent (assuming its not bent over etc) for about 5-10 mins on high heat.. Then spray the area with a can of liquid air.. the dent should pop out. check youtube for video's.|
|12-18-2010 08:07 PM|
|J.B.||Don't worry about the rust......Take care of the new Bride!!!!!|
|12-18-2010 07:42 PM|
|repoman100||Its not the door its the rear pannel|
|12-18-2010 07:41 PM|
|12-18-2010 07:12 PM|
Stop giving this guy sh*t about wanting to prevent rust. Not everyone buys a jeep just to tear the thing up. It's new, and he probably worked awhile to get it. It's just a pride of ownership deal, and I respect that.
Now for the dent, I suggest the rust converter as well. If you don't handle it now, your going to get bubbles of rust under your paint after several years.
|12-18-2010 06:56 PM|
|mike_the_engineer||You could always just swap out the door. Takes about 60 seconds.|
|12-18-2010 06:07 PM|
|steam||Body shop time...especially if you live in place with snow and salt. Trust me it will get bigger and deeper the longer you wait. If it's a door panel youre in luck...less costly!|
|12-18-2010 04:18 PM|
|Petey_Mack||if its new take it back to the dealer|
|12-18-2010 04:07 PM|
|ESP||When the person opened their door into your new Jeep, the dent broke through the primer and exposed a small bit of bare metal. Throw in one rain drop and bingo..|
|12-18-2010 04:04 PM|
|mike_the_engineer||Yeah, bare steel will oxidize within seconds of getting wet.|
|12-18-2010 03:48 PM|
|repoman100||Thanks daggo and Mike, I just found it surprising that rust already appeared its brand new ! I guess ill have the work done properly to avoid the rust from spreading i thought because the rust was so thin that the touch up paint would have done the job ...|
|12-18-2010 03:36 PM|
If it's just a door ding with a very thin coating of rust, you can probably get away with using a rust converter... something like Rustoleum Rust Reformer. It will chemically convert the rust into what is effectively a primer. THEN you can hit it with touch up paint.
|12-18-2010 03:17 PM|
|12-18-2010 03:07 PM|
Have yourself a nice rusty Jeep lol
|12-18-2010 02:44 PM|
|jeepjones||Step 1: take jeep out wheeling and scrape both sides down a few trees and bushes. Step 2: quit whining to a bunch of off roaders about a wee bit of rust, rust like death is unstoppable.|
|12-18-2010 02:11 PM|
|ESP||Just hit the other side and make a dent there too so your Jeep will feel balanced. I don't really know about the dent/rust though as I've just buffed out trail rash on mine no problem. Haven't had any dent yet.|
|12-18-2010 12:59 PM|
|repoman100||I put touch up paint i hope the rust wont spread thanks|
|12-18-2010 12:52 PM|
1. Sell it to ESP123 for $19.95 before you tear anything else up! Then I'll buy it from him and he can double his money, or....
2. Carefully remove the rust and then hit it with some touch-up paint. If the dent really bothers you take it to the body shop and have them fix it for you or....
3. Put the mud and snow back on it and stay away from the car wash.
|12-18-2010 12:38 PM|
|repoman100||No i want to know what to do to prevent rust from spreading|
|12-18-2010 12:34 PM|
YOU'RE DRIVING A JEEP AND YOU WANT TO KNOW WHAT TO DO ABOUT A DENT ???
|12-18-2010 12:18 PM|
Dent with surface rust
After the wash I also noticed a dent with surface rust on the side probably from someone opening his door and hitting my jeep (bastard). What should i do ? Bodyshop?