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Anyone here do metal work...Floorboad of car
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Anyone here do metal work...Floorboad of car - September 29, 2012, 10:18 PM

So coworker has a hole in the floorboard of her car. Trying to see if anyone can patch it?

Anyone here do the metal work? Pretty sure it just needs a patch, weld and automotive rust spray to make sure is does not rust.

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September 30, 2012, 11:06 AM

theres a ghetto way to fix it temporarily.

get a large rectangular piece of aluminium sheet metal, the right size to cover all the rusted out stuff

sand down large area from inside, slightly larger than the aluminum

wipe it down

squirt a fuck ton of permatext all around creating a bunch of big fat beads

slap that aluminium on there, shape it first if it needs to conform

throw some bags of sand on top of it to hold it in place

leave it alone for a bit.

remove sand. weve done this on cars we didnt want to restore. leave it up to someone else.

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September 30, 2012, 02:09 PM

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