Oh lord, used engine oil thread going for round 2 🙄
1- Remove as much rust scale as possible using wire wheels etc.
2 - Use POR-15 Metal prep to neutralize the rust
3 - Use POR-15 Marine Clean
4 - Paint on POR-15 (a couple coats) or Chassis Saver
5 - Put on your favorite Bedliner, 2 coats ( I used the POR-15 Brand)
6 - Use Formula 3000 on top to prevent any future corrosion. (Canadian Millitary uses it).
For inside the chassis or hard to reach areas use Eastwood Internal frame coating with the 2ft hose. Coat the inside with Formula 3000.
You are set, just make sure to follow instructions and wear a respirator and gloves etc.
Check out my JK chassis. The body inside and out will be the same.
Why pay someone else to do something you can do yourself?
Big Bad Wolf that's amazing, thank you I will try that, wow I can not get over how well that frame came out.
Big Bad Wolf that frame came out great.
This man is our expert on rust.
Dear God I hope I never have to go through all that.
I have learned so many lessons. The key is to prevent rust in the first place. You do NOT want to have to do this, it was a lot of work.
Anyone have experience with bedliners ? Tree Frog, you mentioned one ? Was is Monster liner ?
I used EZ Liner but it cracked and flaked so I can't recommend it. I painted my old bumpers with Dupli-Color Bed Armour, with Kevlar. It seems tough with a very rugged texture. I will note the texture from this product may not satisfy everyone as it's extra chunky.
POR-15 Bedliner was nice to work with as it's very thick and leaves a nice finish.
I attached a photo of products I used to restore my two bumpers. Just ignore the dialectric grease as that was for the electrical. 20160906_180231.jpg
A long time ago, I was an auto body apprentice. We used a product called "Extend" from Napa. You can get it in an aerosol or liquid for brushing on. I used it a few years ago on my F150 for small touch up stuff. Here's an example https://www.walmart.com/ip/Osi-Seala...&wl13=&veh=sem
I've never used POR-15, but always heard good things about it.
2013 JKU Sport "Spider" with some EVO goodies and a chop here and there
DIY trail/tube door build http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?24449-My-DIY-Doors
Overall "build thread" http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?2...ker-quot-build
I'm giving Krown a try and I am on my third year of spraying. Things still look great underneath my Jeep no rust yet, even going through upper NY winters. Time will tell how well it works. They say it will stop rust from increasing if rust is already there (on older vehicles).