(c) Boonchai/stock.Adobe.comRust repair can often be a simple project that makes for a great summer weekend DIY project. ■ Statepoint Let’s face it; rust is unavoidable. It’s unsightly and if left unchecked, it can lead to costly damage to homes and automobiles. From lawn mowers and shovels to fences and furniture—if it’s metal and exposed to moisture—it is vulnerable to rust. However, just because an item has corroded does not mean it’s time to pitch and replace. In fact, rust repair can often be a simple project that makes for a great summer weekend DIY project. Rust occurs when moisture and metal mix with carbon dioxide in the air. This combination
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