How to Clean Rust Off a Car Engine

Good afternoon. My name is Tom Brunson, a certified master mechanic in Redding, PA. Today, I’m going to talk a little bit about how to clean off your car’s engine. Now that that’s right, there is a real tricky foot. There’s not too many ways that you can actually physically remove the rust off the car’s engine without taking it out completely. Turn it all the way down and cooking each individual part. The only way you can actually remove rust off any kind of a metal object is either one sandblasted or to use a high-pressure wash. Those are about the two easiest ways of removing rust off of an engine. You can shy if this is what your goal is good pressure washer. You can meet one at the local total van or equipment rental shop and pressure wash your engine.

But the thing you want to keep in mind of when you’re doing that is you all later, he has little cooling fins up across the top here. You’re trying not to get any water down inside that you ended up doing that. Sometimes you end up ruining your all-nighter and that, that could get pretty costly to be placed in that. Outside of hitting it with maybe a little penetrating oil that is soaked for a little bit, hit it with a pressure Washer. Typically one is heated. Cold pressure washer usually doesn’t work too well, but outside of that, unless you’re willing to completely tear that motor out, rip it all the way down to cook and each individual part and a unit that’s specifically designed for cooking engines, that’s about the only way you’re going to get that rust off that motor.