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    Default Rusty inner door

    This is inside of the door on my daughter's car. What can I do to prevent it from getting worse?

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    Wire wheel, self etch primer, hit it with paint

    Or scrape off what you can and hit with some chassis saver/POR 15.

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    No matter what you do being that its on the seam it will eventually get to the outside.

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    if it's a factory paint color, buy a better conditioned door of the same color to be its replacement when the time come.

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    Used engine oil
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1BADAIR View Post
    Used engine oil
    I usually squirt some engine oil inside the door to keep the inside of the seam wet with oil.
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