How do you prevent that ugly, rusty pickup truck fender well cancer? We've all seen the dreaded damage cruising down the road following a shiny relatively new pickup that has trails of ugly rust spreading through the paint. Who dreams of rust on their beloved pickup truck? Truth is: most people just do not think about it being a problem until it's too late.
The proactive, effective, preventive, remedy to the problem is to wash your pickup at least every 2 weeks and pullout your tail lights to clean out the debris to minimize the rust potential. Follow up with a nice waxing at least once a quarter. If you are in the middle of a nasty winter you should follow the procedures more often. If you find that your truck already has the cancer and the damage has not significantly spread you can purchase from most auto parts store or online a Rust Resolver Gel that you can apply to eliminate or slow further rust damage.
We also recommend checking your truck or car for dings or weak spots once a year. Even minor hail damage and rock dings that are barely seen can develop rust. These steps are not meant to be a complete cure all but it should extend the beauty and life of your paint job for many more years to come saving you unnecessary time, money, and hassle.
Not sure how to pull out your pickup tail lights? Stop by Richards' Collision Center at our convenient location in Grandview and a friendly member of our team will be happy to demonstrate how to pull out your tail lights quickly, safely and efficiently.