Some of the problems with restoring a wheelbarrow is the damage around bolt holes which prevents the round headed bolts from biting in so you can tighten them.
An exterior screw with a washer isn’t exactly flat but it seemed better than a traditional nut and fastened in nicely with the wood of the handles.
Zip ties helped me hold it all together without needing a second hand while I tightened everything down.
The wheelbarrow repair was not as easy as it first looked.
Holes in the wooden handles did not match up with the modern Kohl design.
Wooden Handles 19 dollars
Rustoleum Spray Paint 7 dollars
Nuts, Washers, Bolts 10 dollars
EvapaRust 13 dollars
It also took more time than I originally planned for.
Prepare surface of parts for EvapaRust, Apply EvapaRust, Wait, Wipe off, Paint with spray paint.
Drill the additional holes, and put it all back together.
Would’ve been much smarter to buy the 79 dollar Truper wheelbarrow with a plastic tray at Menards.
I did discover that Evaparust was a useful product with zero toxic smell that does what it says.