This is more of account of how I got rid of/ hidden/ covered up the rust on a 1996 Toyota Camry. The rust was around the wheel wells on both of the rear wheel wells.
This is the first time I have done anything like this. I have never used Bondo, I have removed rust and some minor metal working before but nothing like this.
There was a total of 20 man hours or so working on this.
All the car experts are probably going to say I didn't do so and so right or so and so. You can give me encouraging comments and pointers and I will remember them the next time I do it.
intoon has a good Instructable I have read through I recommend that you do too.
I am entering this into the Metals Contest so please vote for me.
Step 1: Materials/Tools
First of all you need the car you are working on.
A work space is necessary, I did it in a two car garage so I had space on each side of the car. If you did it outside, you would have to make some walls for when you paint that nothing gets on the paint job.
Dremel(with multiple bits)
A grinder would really help(which I didn't)
Sandpaper(a lot of different types)
Good lighting( a couple different lamps)
Cleaning agent(i just used water)
Bondo(mine came with a little spreader)
Place to mix it
Wire Mesh(my Bondo came with a little but I also got some at the same place i got the Bondo)
Paint to match your Car
Oh and a nice stool, soft blanket or knee savers are very helpful because I did a lot of sitting on the floor and those really helped.