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Old 10-12-2012, 06:27 PM
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Re: undercoating your jeep

Rhino Line the underneath and be done with it.

But to do it right would cost atleast $1000 or more
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Sure the each what suits him best, that's the good thing on a forum. You get different opinions.

I used this product Fluid Film® | Corrosion Preventative, Lubricant and Rust Inhibitor

The more liquid is sprayed into the doors, frames etc the sticky ones is brushed on. We used within the Navy and my experience is from there it works very well. I used Waxoil before and that was great too, the FluidFilm is just a touch better and offers the different liquidity (is that the right term).

I fully agree that most of the dealers don't have a clue bout this, but there are several shops/chains especially in the rust belt who are pretty good and knowledgeable. They are specialized to this treatment though.

For factory rustproofing, Mercedes is replacing or repainting doors on one model for the manufacturing years 2007-2010 because of rust spots on the lower end.
I believe you were describing Viscosity
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Re: undercoating your jeep

i called up the place in long island and they said for the job its 450. but got no idea what they'll be doing to it. after reading up on you guys saying about the drainage holes, i think i might just buy a couple of cans and just spray it down myself before every winter. if not i'll just wash the car weekly or something. the thought of the chances of rusting from the inside out is just ... don't wanna think about that.

Vehicle Undercoating (Nassau & Suffolk County) - COACH AUTO BODY REPAIRS - Syosset, Long Island, NY this is the site for that shop. said its a full day of work doing it and supposed to last forever. but i'm a little iffy on the forever part
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