Undercoat My Car

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Is Your Vehicle Prepared?

If you drive on Maine roads in the winter time, then you are picking up liquid sodium chloride and liquid magnesium chloride as well as salt

 

When these salts and chemicals  get on the underside of the vehicle it immediately starts corrosion of the vehicle. It starts corroding any bare metal such as the frame and uncoated brake lines as well as fuel lines. 
   Undercoating your car with Fluid Film® will slow down the corrosion process and help from having to replace brakes lines and other parts which are prone to corrosion on the underside of your vehicle. 

For optimal performance Fluid Film® should be applied annually. It puts a liquid film on the underbody of the vehicle which stays as a liquid, does not freeze and is resistant to wash off. It will not restore the metal that has corroded but it will inhibit more corrosion from forming as long as it stays on the corrosive areas.

 

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