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Post by MDYoungblood » Monday, 05 June 2017, 17:29 PM

I have been using a local car wash to keep the Jeep looking clean, one day the owner walked up and said he was thinking of using this in the under-car wash/rinse, (it's when you first drive into the wash it squirts up), he gave me a pint and said to try it but I haven't yet, still researching it. Just curious if anyone has seen or used something like it, I would love to find something to keep the underside from turning rusty.

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Re: rust inhibitor

Post by 443 Arizona » Tuesday, 06 June 2017, 0:38 AM

that stuff is sold at Orielly, kid was using it as a parts de-ruster, it does work and is enviro-friendly

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Post by jessejamesdallas » Tuesday, 06 June 2017, 3:02 AM

There's some stuff you can spray under there that will help fight rust...It's called "spray paint"... Little primer, then top coat of your favorite color spray paint, and your good to go...And don't forget installing some LED's so everyone can see the underside of your ride. :mrgreen:
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Post by MDYoungblood » Tuesday, 06 June 2017, 4:26 AM

jessejamesdallas wrote:
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There's some stuff you can spray under there that will help fight rust...It's called "spray paint"... Little primer, then top coat of your favorite color spray paint, and your good to go...And don't forget installing some LED's so everyone can see the underside of your ride. :mrgreen:
I did that on my other vehicle and used a rust color paint so I couldn't see what I missed.

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Re: rust inhibitor

Post by 295 antenna » Tuesday, 06 June 2017, 6:51 AM

I never look under my car !!! ignorance is bliss lol
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Post by battyice » Wednesday, 07 June 2017, 3:18 AM

I live up in an area that uses TONS of salt on the roads in the winter. I have never seen anything work better for undercoating than Fluid Film.
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Post by 443 Arizona » Wednesday, 07 June 2017, 7:28 AM

greg, that rust is caused by the ionizing effect of running big power to the antenna :cyclopsani: ,,, to stop it you need taller tires :icon_rolleyes:

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Post by Scipio Kid » Wednesday, 07 June 2017, 9:22 AM

No I think wider tires if I remember electrical theory correctly. Hmmm, might have been a shorter battery ...

If that stuff works, let us know. My wife would be happy to mix it in with my oatmeal ... for obvious reasons.
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Re: rust inhibitor

Post by MDYoungblood » Wednesday, 07 June 2017, 17:51 PM

443 Arizona wrote:
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greg, that rust is caused by the ionizing effect of running big power to the antenna :cyclopsani: ,,, to stop it you need taller tires :icon_rolleyes:
I think you are thinking of electrolysis. I got 20's on it now. no, I think the rust is old age, it's a 2004 Dodge Ram, funny the only thing rusting on it is the underside, all the power is keeping the painted metal in good shape.
The car wash I use you get the premium wash and it sprays the underside with this chemical and it turns black for about a month. I tried this stuff he gave me and sure enough it did the same thing.

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Re: rust inhibitor

Post by 443 Arizona » Thursday, 08 June 2017, 18:02 PM

i read the bottle and it does work, but leaves metal raw,,, so, rusting will be worse,

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Re: rust inhibitor

Post by jessejamesdallas » Friday, 09 June 2017, 4:33 AM

443 Arizona wrote:
Thursday, 08 June 2017, 18:02 PM
i read the bottle and it does work, but leaves metal raw,,, so, rusting will be worse,
If your metal is raw...Try some baby powder...

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Re: rust inhibitor

Post by Stoneman » Saturday, 10 June 2017, 15:30 PM

Jack that truck up as high as ya can, then power wash it, let dry, then get ya some red oxide primer, then spray it with a color of your choice...All with a spray gun..Good as new!!!


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