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Corrosion starting inside front tub, needs to be addressed?

I was having some battery current drain issues recently (turned out to be a stuck door switch), so I removed all the front carpet, spare, and battery for the first time ever (i've owned the car less than 6 mos).

Does this look like something I need to address? Will this lead to a nightmare if not addressed?





If I should address this, what is the recommended method/process I should perform?

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i would clean it with some baking soda and water . just put some baking soda in a bucket with warm water and with a sponge with it all out . then with clean warm water sponge any residue from the baking soda and water out . dry with a dry rag . then wax or use a quick detailer . with cars like this you should do it once a year to keep it from rusting around the battery .
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