The majority of modern vehicles are rustproofed during manufacture However, after warranty expires there are vehicles, particularly those travelling roads of the northern hemisphere, that are at a higher risk of experiencing rust to the undercarriage, wheel arches or body work. High mileage over gritted, wet surfaces or muddy rural road networks leaves cars more vulnerable to corrosion. Whether a car requires rustproofing or not, really is up to the owner otherwise it is a case of doing nothing until rust treatment is required as the car gets older to avoid more serious consequences. This article answers some frequently asked questions about applying Dinitrol rust prevention underbody wax treatments.
Rustproofing a car is a relatively time consuming if you go about the project in a thorough manner, however the long-term benefits for your car are immense. In this article we share five top tips on getting the job done efficiently and effectively.
In this article we offer step-by-step guidance for Dinitrol cavity, stone-chip and underbody wax applications. Initial steps require vehicle cleaning and preparation followed by removal of existing rust.
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