While the best possible way to fix big rust holes in cars involves welding and patching with new metal sheets, this process can actually cost you hundreds of dollars.
For less than $20, however, you can fix the rust holes yourself and be able to save your hard-earned money. Plus, you can avoid the hassle of bringing your car in for repair. How?
All you need is a can of expanding foam and also a can of body filler. Well, you also need a grinder, a sander, a knife, and a few other tools, but these are just basic tools that you probably already have at home. Otherwise, you can just borrow them from a neighbor. So, before your car even gets all rusty, you need to watch this video to learn…
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