The stainless window trim is attached to the body with self tapping screws. Over time water has ingress and the paint bubbled and rusted.
I've sanded back the paint with 80 grit and removed as much of rust as possible. I've the applied a rust converter, which I've left and the sanded that back again. Filled any pitting with filler and sand that back with 80 then 120.
As much as possible I've tried to contain the repair to the localised area.
My question now is how do I go on to prime and paint? I've been reading as much as I can as well as watching as many videos on the matter - but there is a lot to take in.
Here is a photo of one of the patches I've done so far.
I'd be grateful for any advice how I can go from this to primed, painted & clear coated. I've got a compressor and (will get) spray guns - and I prefer to use these where possible - not necessarily because its the best tool for the job but because I want to build up experience using it before I come to larger and more visible panels.
Any information, or links to guides, tutorials or videos is great appreciated. Thanks.