Repair Metal with PolyAll 2000
When water and moisture contacts bare metal, rust forms on the surface of the metal. This process is also known as oxidation. If the bare metal of your vehicle is exposed to excess salt and rain the area will eventually begin to corrode and rust. If left unchecked, rust can eat through the metal, resulting in a hole and eventually destroy the body and frame of your car. A rust hole compromises the structural integrity of metal.
Rust can eat through metal until there is nothing left, causing a large hole in the body or floor of a car. Rust holes weaken the strength of a car's body panels and might allow fumes and dust to get inside the car. Repairing the damage as soon as you notice it will prevent future corrosion. Typically, a sheet metal patch is used to cover and fix automobile rust holes because a sheet metal patch provides more strength than a body filler patch.
Repairing rust or a rust hole on metal without welding requires a material that bonds and is as strong as metal. While it may seem like a task beyond your skills, the actual process of fixing rust holes with PolyAll 2000 can be done by anyone with a free afternoon and a few tools. You don't need to weld anything. PolyAll 2000, a sheet of metal and some rivets will do the job. PolyAll 2000 was designed for this purpose and when applied to a clean surface, the final repair will be undetectable after painting.
No one knows PolyAll 2000 as well as we do so if you have questions about the application that you want to use the product for, contact us directly. We are constantly experimenting with different applications for this product both in North America and Europe and we encourage our customers to keep us up to date on all the various uses that they have discovered for this versatile product.