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    Chassis Saver - protective coating



    I've been hearing a lot of good things about this particular product. Just kind of wanted to see what people's experiences have been. Does anyone on here use this stuff?? It really looks durable and tough for all kinds of road conditions. The good: being that they claim you can apply over rusted areas (which I'm not comfortable with but some people are). They also recommend you can apply it to any and all vehicle undercarriages that you want to protect. Youtube videos also show it will not chip even when beat with a hammer.

    The bad: once it is applied, it's not coming off. Sandblasting will require a few hours for small areas to remove. So basically, should therefore it should only be applied for the last and final restoration projects.

    So, I'd like to see what everyone's experience is with this stuff.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PG0S7KQzRvk

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    Re: Chassis Saver - protective coating

    While it looks pretty durable, what's to protect from rust coming from the other side of the metal?

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    Re: Chassis Saver - protective coating

    Quote Originally Posted by sobe_death
    While it looks pretty durable, what's to protect from rust coming from the other side of the metal?
    That can be said about any protectant really. All you can do is cover all surfaces as much as you can and hope you did it right lol.

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    Re: Chassis Saver - protective coating

    I've used this product only on certain parts, like my corolla's battery tray and tie down. It works well, but I made sure to rid the rust first. It doesn't come off easy that's for sure.

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    Re: Chassis Saver - protective coating

    ive used the brush on truck bed liner... works pretty good but it does chip if you scratch it up good

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