Hi, I was prepping my toe boards and floor pans so that I can treat them with eastwoods rust converter and encapsulator as well as new seam sealer. While cleaning them up with a wire wheel brush I discovered a couple of pin holes in the toe board near the break pedal.Now it seems as though they have been thinned over the years due to rust.I poked the floor pans with a scredriver and they are solid and in good shape.The toe boards, except where I found a couple of the pin holes still seem to have good metal where I poked around . My question is what should I do about this? Could I get by with just treating the rust until I can replace them later on or is this something that need to be taken care of now? My foot is in no danger of going through it. lol..