Hey guys. This question is kinda directed to those that live in the cold and have winter. I want to start with stripping the van floor. Now there is minimal rust, mostly around the doghouse and bits throughout, not right through, mostly surface. But me being maticulous, I want to do it all from scratch. Now, I want to start but cant prime or paint until it warms up in the spring and dont want to have to redo it all because rust started to form even though its in my shop. My shop is not heated, just a small heater to take the chill off when I'm out there working. Is it a good idea to wait until spring to start stripping it or will rust start to form once its down to the bare metal, because I dont want to do it twice. Has anyone experienced leaving the panels or floor, or any metal or steel parts for that matter, unprimed or unpainted for a long period of time, like over the winter, and rust starting to form even though it doesnt get wet? The humidity is 80% or more but will NEVER see rain or get wet.