Road salt neutralizer.

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Re: Road salt neutralizer.

Post by F-BIRD'88 » Sun Feb 12, 2017 8:06 am

A potential new business opportunity (franchise) for you or someone you know.
Long term proven effective product. Stable pricing. Company support. Proven long term profitable
business with many many return customers.
It is re applied yearly. It works.

Krown rust treatment is not the same product but also does work.
Also needs to be re-applied annually.

The Rust Check stuff is a unique proprietary, patented, time proven effective rust treatment.
It looks like red automatic transmission fluid, but thats where the similarity ends.
Smells like cherries. (for a while, then no smell) Does not fubar your car like oil spraying can.
Ya you want to re-apply it every year.

You can research these.

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Re: Road salt neutralizer.

Post by rfoll » Sun Feb 12, 2017 10:06 am

It may be hard to imagine if you live in the snow/rust belt, but cars don't rot from road salt exposure here. If left unattended, they will collect a layer of dust from the dry summers, and develop a layer black mildew and green mold and algae. There are a couple of wrecking yards near here that have cars from the 30s with the bodies still intact. They have a healthy layer of surface rust, but no cancer.
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Re: Road salt neutralizer.

Post by BigBlocksOnTop2 » Mon Feb 13, 2017 10:44 pm

I use a lawn sprinkler to wash the underside. It's the one that goes back and forth. I let it go for several minutes and then move it to another position. That new chemical they put down will eat a vehicle. Inspect brake lines.

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Re: Road salt neutralizer.

Post by F-BIRD'88 » Tue Feb 14, 2017 10:01 am

rfoll wrote:It may be hard to imagine if you live in the snow/rust belt, but cars don't rot from road salt exposure here. If left unattended, they will collect a layer of dust from the dry summers, and develop a layer black mildew and green mold and algae. There are a couple of wrecking yards near here that have cars from the 30s with the bodies still intact. They have a healthy layer of surface rust, but no cancer.
But that car is from NY state where they do use road salt like it is going out of style.
Your car already has existing RUST. and Rust never sleeps.
You need the RUST Check and you need it re-applied EVERY YEAR.
or your Car will RUST...and quicker than you think.
Buy it in bulk if you need to and get someone with the right spray equipment to apply it.
Or do it yourself. it is not rocket science but you do need to do it well.
They...Rust Check has a specific spraying training routine for each model car/truck
so it gets where it needs to go to stop the rust. They are very fussy on application.
That is why they can guarantee the car won't rust (if they do it and they do it EVERY YEAR
and the car is not a rust bucket already)

1 single one time appliciation is NOT ENOUGH...It has to be done annually
Neutralizing the existing road salt is only half the job.
its your car and your money....If it has to last.... DO the Rust Check thingy
and do it YEARLY.

Krown is not the same stuff as RUST CHECK but when done yearly and correctly it also works well.

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Re: Road salt neutralizer.

Post by rfoll » Tue Feb 14, 2017 1:23 pm

"Buy it in bulk if you need to". Which product do I buy in bulk?
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Re: Road salt neutralizer.

Post by F-BIRD'88 » Fri Feb 17, 2017 8:34 am

Its the rust inhibitor you want. Not the undercoat stuff. It is like auto trans fluid. But not.

it is not thick like a under coat. Call or email them.

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