Bubbles on the Surface. The bubbles in your car’s paint can hold moisture and debris. If you identify any bubbles or clusters spread all over the surface, it means that the moisture has penetrated through the paint due to an adherence problem. This serves as the platform for rust to form and oxidize the metal below the paint.
Moisture Inside Your Car. Sometimes water enters your vehicle and puddles around the trunk or cabin. If you spot signs of moisture inside your car, especially under the carpet, the area has most probably rusted. If you don’t restrict moisture from entering your vehicle, it will pass through the carpet and accumulate underneath, further speeding up rust formation. It could also be possible that rust has made way for moisture to gather inside your car by eating the metal.
Mismatched Paint. Many auto rust repair services receive cars with mismatched panels. Although this may be a sign of an incomplete paint job, it may be a way of covering up the rusted area. If the mismatched paint is primarily around the doors and wheel wells of the car, you should consider checking out the rust development.
Deteriorated Engine Performance. During windy weather or fall season, you’ll see leaves, debris, and dirt gathered around your car, especially under the hood. Such things trap moisture. Since the area under the hood usually doesn’t have a coating, rust flakes can form more quickly. If you don’t take advantage of our auto rust repair service often, you’ll spot corrosion in these areas, which may also spread to other parts. As a result, your engine’s performance will deteriorate over time, requiring several repairs at the end.