I fixed a bad rust spot....
I found a bad rust spot on the inside bottom of my passenger side door. It was bubbling up and flaking off rust and really looked bad. I took a dremmel tool and ground off the loose rust, and then applied two coats of POR 15 rust inhibitor paint to the metal. Then I let it sit over night to harden and then touched it up with some custom mixed touch up paint. I also found a spot about the size of a quarter by my back right side mud flap, I fixed that too. I ground off the rust with the dremmel tool applied the POR 15, and touch up paint.
That POR 15 is nice stuff, it tightened up the surface and got as hard as a rock. A bit pricey at $ 9.00 for a small can, and $16.00 for the touch up paint....so for $25 bucks I've got my truck all buttoned up for winter. So it's worth it and not really that bad. I was able to buff out a few scratches so it's looking good now.
2003 Ranger XLT 2.3 Auto, Air. 65xxx miles