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Old 25th June 2019, 22:09   #21
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Panicked a bit after reading these horror posts on rear end rust. My rear pads needed changing so I thought I'd include a thorough inspection of my cars backside.


---Couldn't find any rust.---
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Old 25th June 2019, 22:17   #22
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Not the only one I just bought a can of s50 for the underside
S50 can be used on the underside:-
https://www.bilthamber.com/dynax-s50
see details section.
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You can use S50 on the underside like you would a primer, followed by, ideally, 2 coats of UB.
It worked well on a former 306 and that was rustier than my 75.
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Spent this morning cleaning and waxing the Rover 25 (including areas that needed touching-up or T-cutting last weekend). Not a bad result, for the time spent. Of course, could do better if I had more time for it. Pleased with the deep BRG lustre, reminded me why I've owned 3 cars this colour over the years.

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