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Im repairing stone chips and small gashes (rips) on the rubberized underseal on a newish car. The chips and rips on the underseal have left spots of rust which I will sand down or wire wheel down to bare metal.


After sanding / wheeling this rust, the underseal will have the appearance of dimples or small crevices in the rubber underseal


Would it be ok to fix these small patches / holes with Rustseal 3 step process? what would be the best way to ensure the rustseal sticks to the roughed up edges on the rubberized underseal?


I want to avoid removing the entire underseal as the small repairs make it impractical, the underseal is v good condition plus the car is not very old.


Many thanks


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  • 3 weeks later...

Yes. You can fix those spots with the KBS 3 Step System of AquaKlean, RustBlast and RustSeal.


Prep the spots according to the directions and make sure you sand the edge of the rubberized underseal so you get good adhesion.


You can find complete instructions for RustSeal here: http://www.kbs-coatings.com/RustSeal-Information-and-Instructions_ep_38-1.html


You can also find the Fix-It Guide which will help you quickly identify the causes of and the recommended solutions for the most common issues that could occur with RustSeal here: http://www.kbs-coatings.com/fix-it-guide-rustseal.html


You can also find Instructional Videos here: http://www.kbs-coatings.com/KBS-Videos_ep_90-1.html


You can also find a Flow Chart for using the KBS 3 Step System here: http://www.kbs-coatings.com/Flow-Chart--RustSeal-on-Steel_ep_87-1.html


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