After Disassembly is completed we then decide on the best process to remove rust by way of acid dipping, soda blasting or a combination of the two this way we ensure we are removing paint, body filler and that pesky thing called rust. Next the body is attached to the rotisserie or a frame jig to examine the extent of decay due to corrosion the areas that require special attention can be mapped out and a repair plan can be established.We will then spray a Etching Primer Chromate free a two component, primer with corrosion resistance and excellent adhesion for direct-to-metal applications. This primer is intended for use as a metal treatment under Glasorit primer surfacers. This product can be applied over cleaned aluminum, galvanized steel, and stainless steel, or over a properly sanded or blasted carbon steel, sanded fiberglass and sanded OEM e-coat primers. As explained on the Glasorit’s paint manuals. With the vehicle attached to the rotisserie suspended at comfortable working height, it allows us to be able to rotate the vehicle spray the primer and reach into areas that under normal conditions we would not be able to get to; or would be but with a greater level of difficulty. The reason we spray the body with epoxy primer is to add corrosion protection and adhesion to other products.