Car & Bike
26. Rust hole repair
An important challenge in this rehabilitation plan is closing the holes in the base of the wiper. About 20 years ago, I noticed the condition of the part when I swap to the turbo engine, and at that time I only treated it with rust prevention. A small hole was visible from the engine room side. So I decided to repair it this time.
Cover the cleaned engine compartment side, remove the top cover and peripherals, mask the windshield, use a wire brush to roughly remove any rust around the holes, and then reapply the rust inhibitor. Use a repair putty to close the hole. Rough polishing, putty application, polishing, thin putty, and polishing are repeated many times to prepare the surface, and finally painting. Finish with a glass coating. It completed!!