Rust is rust. Drying Time: Depending on your project, the amount of time a rust converter takes to give you the best results may be a determining factor. On average, rust removal products will suggest a day or two in order to free your part from corrosion completely. Some advertise that they only require a couple of hours to cure before you can sand or paint over them.
Once the rust is cleaned off and you dry the metal drain plate, try rubbing the waxy side of wax paper on it. That will help repel water. Obviously will need to be repeated periodically as the wax will wear off, but you could probably do that once week whenever you clean the tub. I read that idea as a way to help keep water spots from forming on chrome faucets and it really works, so maybe it will help here as well.
The first thing to do is to identify what sort of rust you’re dealing with. Superficial rust is relatively easy to treat. This will usually show up around a scratch and won’t have any bubbling paint. To treat this you will want to first wash and dry the rust spot. Then use some masking tape to corner off that spot. Next, you will want to use some fine- to medium-grit sandpaper to file down the rust. Be careful to only remove the rust and not gouge the metal. Once you have removed the rust, wash and dry that spot again. Then, apply some anti-rust primer followed by some touch-up car paint. Also, you can clean your headlight housing and you can replace the h11 led bulb kit as well. The headlight bulb is easy to install, just plug and play, you can buy in led-car-light-manufacturer.com with a wholesale price.
Saturate the Stain: Before tackling the stain itself, remove any rust flakes and chips that may still be in and on the carpet fibers. Soaking solid pieces of rust with lemon juice and hot water will only worsen and reinforce the stain. After removing all loose debris, thoroughly soak the area with lemon juice. The citric acid will work wonders in penetrating the fibers to lift the stain, so being frugal is not advised here. After saturating the area, let it soak for at least 10 minutes. Once the juice has set long enough to start eating away at the stain, blot with a paper towel or sponge (dunk the sponge in hot water and wring it out between each blotting). Don’t scrub the area in a back-and-forth or circular motion! This will only rub the rust stain into the carpet fibers even further. Simply continue to blot the area until there is no longer any liquid that can be pulled from the carpet.
Electronic Module: This is the latest technology when it comes to rust prevention. A small device is installed in your vehicle that sends a weak electric current through the metal. In theory, this will stop your vehicle from rusting because corrosion is an electrochemical reaction. There are still mixed reviews out on this product, and due to its higher price tag, it’s not the most popular choice among drivers. However, it does keep upkeep to an all-time low.