Car Rust Proofing
There are many benefits of car underseal. Underbody coating saves money since it's more expensive to have your car undercoated by a professional. Car rust proofing reduces road noise. A vehicle’s undercarriage gets noisier as time goes by due to rust and wear. In addition, car rust protection adds an extra layer of protection. An undercoat typically acts as an additional layer of protection from
- Paint chips
Types Car Underseal
Rubberized car rust protection is easy to apply, and generally offers the best protective coating for your car’s undercarriage. Rubberised undercoating is safe to use on quarter panels and wheel wells and dries with a soft rubbery finish. Rubberized auto rust proofing protects against
Polyurethane coating is easy to apply and works by sealing up cracks and seams. The compound displaces salt and moisture and protects the unoxidized metal from rust. Polyurethane car underseal requires some surface prep work before application, like degreasing, and applying an etching primer to bare metal.
Asphalt Based Undercoating
Asphalt-based car rust protection offers a higher level of protection suitable for large trucks, recreational vehicles, and heavy machinery. Asphalt based undercoating offers extra protection against chips and moisture. The downside of asphalt based undercoating is that it is not paintable and only suitable for undercarriages.
Wax or Paraffin Based Undercoating
Wax or paraffin-based undercoating sprays are the cheapest and quickest options available. However, their results don’t last long.
3M Body Schutz Coating
3M Body Schutz Coating protects the underbody of vehicles from rust and road noise. The coating is a thick, asphalt based application with rust proofing and sound‐deadening properties for the underbody of vehicles. It is touch dry in an hour, flexible when dry and doesn’t sag. This product is not overpaintable.