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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-30-2017, 09:25 AM
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@Offroader large bins aren't going to help with undercoating...? Line-X to my knowledge doesn't have an undercoating system either and I wouldn't use either products for undercoating anyhow
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post #12 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-30-2017, 09:51 AM
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por-15 is a great rust protective spray. There's also Krown products, which is a very fine mist like spray that coat and stick everywhere and it'll work its way into seams ans welds too. So many options out there.
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Krown products is a company I've heard of for quite the long time. So there work has been tried and true I guess. Never really had experience with them.

I'd never put an undercoating rubberized type of ordeal under there though as I can imagine what complications and difficulties that may cause.
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post #14 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-10-2017, 10:17 AM
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The best rust proofing sprays are those light mineral based oil ones that will creep into door seams, folds, joints and weld spots. A thicker gel type oil kind of spray may be better for the underbody, wheel wells and rocker panels.
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Brand new cars can benefit from a sealant though oil sprays have been criticized as being damaging to rubber seals. May or may not be true, but it's best to just tell the rust proofing guys to add a nice coating of silicone to the seals.
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Brand new cars can benefit from a sealant though oil sprays have been criticized as being damaging to rubber seals. May or may not be true, but it's best to just tell the rust proofing guys to add a nice coating of silicone to the seals.
An increasing amount of cars are being made with aluminum so down the road we won't have to use nearly as much of this stuff, maybe on parts that aren't aluminum. Our Wranglers will be getting aluminum hood and doors.
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Thankfully we won't have to spray the doors as it's typically a mess when they do it or they'll drill holes into the door and spray the solution inside of the door skins and plug it. Hoods as well, it makes the engine bay look really messy and when you're trying to clean door jams or engine bays, it becomes more tedious because you have to work around it all.
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