A Quick Story and Question. Please Help.. . Funnyjunk, I need your help and your honest opinions. I have been happily married for almost seven years. I have thr

A Quick Story and Question. Please Help.

Funnyjunk, I need your help and your honest opinions. I have been
happily married for almost seven years. I have three beautiful
children and a lovely wife, but things have taken a turn for the
worse lately. I started getting the feeling that my wife may be
cheating on me so, after a month of , I decided to
follow her on her "girl' s night out". She pulled in front of a local
nightclub and got in line. I needed to get a better view of who was
in the line with her, so I got out of my car and crouched next to
the rear tire on the driver' s side. I noticed that the wheel well of
my car had begun rusting out. My question is, should I spend the
money to get the rust professionally moved or try one of the do it
yourself remedies online?
Thanks in advance,
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#40 - meatballsammich (08/14/2013) [-]
Ask your wifes boyfriend.
User avatar #1 - ishallsmiteyou (08/14/2013) [-]
Do it yourself remedies only work for exterior rust. If it's rusted right through, you definitely need to get it looked at by a pro.
User avatar #2 to #1 - chexlemeneux (08/14/2013) [-]
Okay. I was hoping to save the money, but that makes sense.
#3 to #2 - teenytinyspider (08/14/2013) [-]
It'll save you more money in the long run if it's rusted right through and you go by a pro.
#75 - ohemgeezus (08/15/2013) [-]
I love plot twists like this...
#16 - hipsophobadon (08/14/2013) [-]
****		 you got me.
**** you got me.
#25 - covenantbubble (08/14/2013) [-]
Damn you OP you really had me going there
Damn you OP you really had me going there
#4 - anon (08/14/2013) [-]
This is pretty damn good, I applaud you sir.
User avatar #34 - mephiblis (08/14/2013) [-]
I heard coke works well about that.

A couple of lines and you'll murder her no prob.
#43 - flusteredmoose (08/14/2013) [-]
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User avatar #32 - SteyrAUG ONLINE (08/14/2013) [-]
You should definitely use a combination of bleach and ammonia to get that rust out. Plus it will leave some cool crystals on the ground below it.
User avatar #83 - mookiez (08/15/2013) [-]
Well after you install google chrome, apply your soul to the flux capacitor, and shove five lm 555 ics up your butthole. buttercup will appear and take you away from tera.
User avatar #90 to #83 - musclezglassez (08/15/2013) [-]
that was genius
User avatar #53 - InglushMayjur (08/14/2013) [-]
I suggest a DIY, or getting a professional who you actually know personally.
I've been ****** over too often by auto shops to trust them anymore.
User avatar #62 - apylon (08/15/2013) [-]
CLR *****
#47 - Uranium (08/14/2013) [-]
Well you'll probably need a 4 inch angle grinder with a cutting wheel and a grinding wheel cutting away and grinding smooth the work surface. Use a fiberglass reinforced bondo and try your best to recreate the shape of the wheel well/fender. Sand down the surface smooth and paint it. For the wheel well I recommend POR-15 paint it will never rust again.
User avatar #24 - mastersaturday (08/14/2013) [-]
It's worth at least trying to remove it yourself. Get some rust remover or use white vinegar and spray some on and leave it. Then scrub it off with steel wool.
User avatar #20 - akho (08/14/2013) [-]
Is this new on the interwebs?

Around Lithuania this joke has been floating for as long as I can remember
User avatar #72 to #20 - sanguinesolitude (08/15/2013) [-]
its ancient, op just claimed it as his own because he enjoys putting the tips of various penises in his mouth.
User avatar #99 - ispn (08/15/2013) [-]
So long as you can get that rust off without bending any of the actual metal you should be fine man, throw some carburetor cleaner on the rust, and let it sit a few seconds before taking either steel wool, or a brush pad to it. Make sure you add a small amount of oil to the metal if you're in a wet area as it will help protect the metal from oxidizing again. Good luck with your wheel!
User avatar #91 - tikledpikle (08/15/2013) [-]
**tikledpikle rolls 413** i would do it yourself.
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User avatar #88 - soulsanguniarian (08/15/2013) [-]
Fiberglass that **** .
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