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Most car enthusiasts will agree that rust prevention is an important part of car maintenance particularly for older models and classic cars. As the saying goes, 'prevention is better than cure' - costs less in both time and money. So with all that knowledge, what are the next steps? Typically this would be to either decide on a treatment centre to get a rust proofing application done professionally or to do it yourself and therefore decide what product to apply to the different parts of your vehicle. Here we look at how DINITROL compares to Waxoyl - with some centres treating vehicles with both for different reason >>

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Putting it very simply, exposed, untreated metal in a maritime environment will rust. Steps have to be put in place to keep rust at bay or it will win...

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The best way to protect your car against the onset of corrosion is by applying a rust proofing treatment. There are automotive shops who specialise in applying relevant products to your car or you can do this yourself. Broadly speaking, rust proofing is a process by which a metal surface such as that of iron or steel is protected against the focus of a chemical process that will lead to corrosion. In this article we share information about two products used to protect the undercarriage and exterior of a vehicle from rust >>

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Got rust on your car? or, want to preserve your aging vehicle from the wicked powers of corrosion? Either of these situations can be dealt with in a p...

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To keep buses running safely and efficiently they need to be  serviced and have tyres plus brakes checked regularly. They also need the undercarriage, chassis, doors, floor, battery box, step wells and body work checked over for any visible signs of rust. Buses need to be mechanically and physically sound so that passengers are confident in their dependence of this mode of transportation. Rust prevention keeps buses on the roads. Find out which products are designed specifically for use on buses >>

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We all know how quickly a new car can depreciate in value. However, a sort after car of a specific make and model has the potential to appreciate in value. There are many factors that contribute to the resale value of a classic car; original value, current condition and demand. A classic car that is in demand, regularly serviced, has rust proofing treatment applied every so many years depending on driving and storage conditions, and has all it's original parts is most likely to receive the best price. Read on for more tips and discussion on investing in a classic car >>

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Cavity wax offers rust protection by displacing moisture present in cavities. The wax coats the metal offering protection - often necessary because cavities don't get the same level of protection as external body panels. Before applying, thoroughly clean the cavities of dirt and grime, wear protective clothing and protect the ground or workshop floor before you get to work. Many products require the use of a compressor to blast the wax into the applied cavities under pressure. Move the nozzle around to build up a layer of rust protection around all areas within the closed cavity. Keep spraying the product into the cavity until it starts dripping from the holes - an indication all surfaces are saturated. Dinitrol cavity waxes offer good film building properties as discussed.

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Classic car rust proofing should be considered a priority for all owners of these elegant beauties that grace our roads. Water, road salt, d...

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Deciding whether car underbody rust protection is a necessary process or not is a much debated subject amongst car enthusiasts. The consensus appears to be that it depends on  the make of car, types of road and climate frequently driven and age (of car). Amongst old or classic car owners, most will agree, without debate, that underbody rust protection is a necessary process to avoid high costs of treating rust and replacing car parts. 

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"I want to seal the underside of my motorcycle front and rear fenders. The rear has a large surface area, which has a mixture of intact paint and surface rust. I have already rubbed down this area. Which of your Dinitrol products would be  most suitable for my motorcycle?" -  MW

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