Car Rust Repair -How to Fix Rust Pits in a Fender with Glazing Putty & Rust Encapsulator at Eastwood

Car Rust Repair -How to Fix Rust Pits in a Fender with Glazing Putty & Rust Encapsulator at Eastwood


hi my name is mike i’m a tech here at
Eastwood and we’re right in the middle of working on project resolution and the
spot here on the fender needs a little more attention so today I’m going to
show you how to mix spread and sand some of our contour glazing putty and the
same methods will apply for the body filler as well let’s get started Randy here at Eastwood with a quick tip
you probably noticed the russ pitts in the meadow where might need to apply the
contour glazing putty and filler we never want to apply filler directly
over rust because the Russell eat its way through the filler and ruin your
pain but don’t worry because Eastwood has a solution simply apply our fast edge to the
affected area and cover with plastic to prevent it from evaporating the fastest
will dissolve the rust leaving with nice clean metal then spray some rust
encapsulator on the area and sanded off the rust encapsulator will remain in the
pits making it safe to apply the filler and paint now back to Mike yeah yeah and this contour glazing putty sands very
nicely with 180 but i like to break it open with 80 grit first just to save a
couple minutes of time yeah yeah after some blocking with 180 we still
have a low spot here where the block never touched so I’m going to come in
here with some 80 grit give it a quick scratch and then spread
some more filler on it get it nice and even now that I finished block sanding with
180 grit use the blowgun to clean the whole surface and look for pin holes I didn’t find any but if i did that
makes up a small amount of glazing putty and spread it with a razor blade use the
tips and techniques you learned in this video in order yourself some contour
glazing putty or body filler today and your project will be laser straight in
no time yeah

9 thoughts on “Car Rust Repair -How to Fix Rust Pits in a Fender with Glazing Putty & Rust Encapsulator at Eastwood

  1. It may be a lot of glaze for just filling pin holes but maybe he has other irregularities he's trying cover.

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  4. I'm not a body guy but I was wondering why you apply the thin film instead of just scraping off the excess just filling the pits ,thanks, like I say I know diddly about body work

  5. I've got rust and inside the craters if you will there are remnant decayed metal. If I grind long enough on the spot I can remove said remnant within that pit. The issue I am having is I have a ton of that mess going on. If I were to use this product- fast etch then the encapsulator will those remnants within that pit stop rusting? Can I depend on that doing the trick OR do I have to be sure to remove the rust out of each pit to ensure that it does not return??

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