Auto Corrosion & Rustoration Rust Converter
Undercoating your new vehicle to prevent it from rusting, and keeping up that maintenance with an NH Oil Undercoating undercoating every 12 months is great, but what other options do you have for a vehicle that has a lot of rust on the undercarriage? To correct the problem of a rusty undercarriage, The Rust Stop Pro offers the Rustoration package. Is your vehicle eligible for Rustoration? Besides the obvious fact that it has to actually have enough rust to need restoring, what other requirements does your vehicle have to meet to get the Rustoration treatment? First, because the rust converter will not penetrate grease or oil, the vehicle cannot be previously oiled when choosing to have a Rustoration. Second, you will want to take it to your mechanic and make sure it’s structurally intact.
- Rust Preventive
- Fastest cure times on the market
- Prepares rusted metal for NHOU® Undercoating or paint
- Water-based; Nonhazardous
- designed to work in conjunction with NHOU® products
We would hate for you to invest time and money into restoring your vehicle, only to find out that it needs major repair, or even that it’s time to replace it. The Rust Stop Pro is not qualified to diagnose or repair automobiles, so please be sure to take yours to a trusted mechanic. Third, your vehicle’s undercarriage should be freshly washed and rinsed before you bring it in for its Rustoration. We recommend a good undercarriage wash at the car wash before arriving for your Rustoration. Step 1: Rust removal The first step in the Rustoration process is to remove large rust and scale particles with a brush, needle gun or sandblaster, for up to two hours. This is done to get down to the solid, stable surface – not to remove all the rust. For this project, you actually want some rust to stay on there. You’ll see why in the next step. Step 2: Rust conversion
The second step is to apply a substance that chemically changes the rust. It stops the rusting process and actually turns the rust into a black primer that protects the metal underneath it. Only the rust is converted into the primer, and the bare metal isn’t affected. Step 3: Maintenance After that, your vehicle’s undercarriage can (and should) be treated as a new one, with regular preventive maintenance. The third step is maintaining and protecting your vehicle by scheduling an NH Oil Undercoating undercoating treatment each year. To learn more about Rustoration from The Rust Stop Pro, visit the Rustoration page or call 1-855-OIL-RUST.
NH Oil Undercoating is designed to create a barrier that can’t be broken, chipped, or cracked. By staying fluid, our petroleum-based rust protection heals back over after any abrasions providing lasting protection, even in extreme conditions!
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