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Before work begins, your undercarriage is pressure washed, degreased and air-dried


All pre-existing rust is removed and neutralized to prevent reoccurrance


The exhaust, muffler and sensitive electrical connectors are left uncoated for safety


A uniform layer of black protective coating covers all vulnerable areas for a clean look and years of worry-free driving

When To Do An Undercoating 

Regardless of how many miles you have on your vehicle, if you want to keep your vehicle around for longer and preserve its value, now is the time to act. Don’t wait for the damage to be done to realize you should have had your vehicle protected long ago. New or used; rust doesn’t discriminate. Especially in seasonal areas and cold weather climates where salt is present. Whether your at 180,000 miles or 800, getting your vehicle protected is a wise investment. 

The Importance Of Rust Prevention 

The bottom line is that an unprotected vehicle can potentially become a danger to you and your loved ones. In severe cases the accumulation of rust can spread like cancer, eating through your vehicle in critical areas that aren't easily detected. Rust can build up under a vehicle over time that may cause rot and irreparable damage. This is because rocks and other particles can chip an undercarriage when driving on rough roads or gravel, leaving bare metal exposed which then becomes vulnerable to rust when it gets wet. Once the winter roads get covered with salt, rust becomes an even more serious problem.

Getting It Done Right 

Coating your undercarriage helps to prevent rust damage before it starts. However, even if you're already experiencing rust issues, an effective protective undercoat can still be successfully applied for an additional fee (so long as the damage isn't too severe). In these instances we properly prepare the undercarriage by aggressively removing existing rust by hand and/or machine. We then follow up with a chemical pre-treatment of the area to stop any remaining rust and prevent rust from reoccurring. Your undercarriage is thoroughly dried before we proceed. This prevents locking in moisture while promoting proper adhesion (This step is extremely important to keep unseen rust from forming underneath the coating). The final step is the application of an ultra-durable, rubberized undercoat that gives your undercarriage a clean look that will protect for years to come.