Volvo DL 1981 Owner Manual

pg. 80 What causes rust, Page 102 of 127 pages for Volvo DL 1981 Owner Manual. The Owner Manual is applied into the following products: GL 1981, GT 1981

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1981 Volvo DL, GL and GLT Rust remover Primer - spray Surface finish - spray Sand paper (H 150 - 300 grit) Thinner Note: When touching-up the car, it should be well cleaned and dry and have a temperature exceeding +15°C(60°F). Mask with tape and paper prior to painting larger surfaces. Remove the masking immediately after application of the last paint coat, before the paint starts to dry. Touching-up is as follows: 1 Remove paint flakes. 2 Sand the damaged surface and wash it clean with thinner. Apply the rust remover. (Avoid contact with skin!) Wait a few minutes and then rinse carefully with water and wipe dry. 3 Shake the spray can for at least 1 minute. Spray on the primer. Move the can slowly and evenly back and forth, about 20-30 cm (8-12 inches) from the surface. Protect the surrounding surfaces with suitable paper. NOTE! Spray painting should be done in a well ventilated and dust-free area. 4 When the primer has dried, apply the surface enamel in the same way. Spray on several times and allow the paint to dry a minute or so between each application. pg. 80 What causes rust What causes rust The two most common causes of rust to your car are: 1. The accumulation of road dirt and moisture in hard-to-get-at cavities and other areas under the car. 2. The removal of paint and protective coatings on the outside of the car and underneath through damage file:///K|/ownersdocs/1981/81_dl_gl_glt/81DLGLGLT_03c.htm (4 of 12)12/22/2006 10:28:44 PM

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