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Scubzjames

Under car treatment?

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Just wondering what people thought was the best stuff to protect the underside of your motor with?

what about wax oil? 

Or thay bitchumen stuff? 

Any ideas? 

 

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I'll be using waxoyl on mine. It seems to be good stuff. Just make sure you use a power washer to clean off your area first. If you wanted to go all out you could use dinitrol.

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Waxoil does tend to go everywhere, I've had bad experiences in the past I now usually use the hammerite under body seal to do the floorpan and rear arches, then get some rattle cans for inside the box sections and a few places you can't reach

 

Then get a couple of the

 

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Just been reading in jap performance mag about a company called krown that use some kind of mist spray that attacks the likes of surface rust and basically gets underneath it to protect the metal. It eventually turns into a gel so never sets and doesn't fall off or get chipped so protects for longer. Takes about 4 hours to do a car. Not sure on cost though.

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2 minutes ago, Fastboy67 said:

Just been reading in jap performance mag about a company called krown that use some kind of mist spray that attacks the likes of surface rust and basically gets underneath it to protect the metal. It eventually turns into a gel so never sets and doesn't fall off or get chipped so protects for longer. Takes about 4 hours to do a car. Not sure on cost though.

Sounds expensive tbh

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Iv left the mag at work so I'll check the morra and see if there's any mention of costs. Apparently the Canadian army use it on there vehicles.

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$119 dollars in the US, so i expect we'll be gang raped and it will be £500

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Gonna have my car done at some point, so interested in this

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13quod for a tin of underbody seal and a brush, save your money by not seeing a specialist,

Wirebursh all loose crud, then prep the rusty bits then apply coat

 

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Small cars start at £190 rising to £320 for larger more complex cars

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Lasts for about 3 years before needs doing again but much cheaper than paying someone to do much the same job 85b92fa626e80d6ba5532064952f0f2f.jpgc5d305cd6842be47a062174fd321ecf5.jpg

 

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