Protect Your Investment
Although a new vehicle starts off looking beautiful, factors such as moisture, high humidity, winter road salt and other airborne pollutants can start deteriorating it the day it rolls off the assembly line. As vehicles continue to age, the need to maintain them takes on even greater importance.
Manufacturers' innovations such as galvanizing, high tech plastics and specialized coatings have improved a vehicle's corrosion resistance, but these measures are not nearly enough.
The fact is, a new vehicle is subjected to thousands of spot welds and numerous bends and folds during production. This process damages the pre-coated metal, allowing exposure to the corrosion process. Besides cosmetic damage, corrosion also weakens a vehicle's structural integrity and can affect steering and suspension components. That's why it makes sense
For about the cost of four annual engine oil changes you can protect the structural integrity of your vehicle with Rust Check.
Why Rust Check?
Because corrosive salt and damaging moisture penetrates unprotected metals and seep into inner panel seams, leaving behind corrosive contaminants that can destroy metal over time. This residue not only affects the appearance of your vehicle, but can also attack the joints and spot welds that hold your vehicle together. The result is your vehicle that looks good eventually become unsafe.
Typically so called; "rust proofing" methods using sealants such as tars and waxes are not effective in the battle against corrosion. They're too thick to effectively seep into the areas where corrosion begins. In fact, some sealants actually "trap in" unwanted moisture and accelerate the corrosion process.
Rust check creeps into the seams and crevices where salts and moisture settle, driving them off and away from the metal surfaces of your vehicle
Rust Check originally developed for the aerospace industry
Rust Check originally developed for the aerospace industry, Rust check is a clean, specially formulated blend of chemicals which when applied under pressure, becomes a highly concentrated mist that bonds to metal and dispels moisture. It also acts as an insulator to arrest corrosion between dissimilar metals. Rust Check contains active chemicals with a unique penetrating ability that allows it to reach hairline cracks, welded seams and crevices to form a protective barrier against rust Does it work?
Does it work?
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