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WHAT AREAS OF MY VEHICLE ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT?
The most crucial areas are those that cannot be
seen. Example: Interior of Doors, Rockers, and
Quarter Panels. Moisture laced with salt can easily dry in these areas causing corrosion. Typically these are the same areas that are not protected by paint; this is where our specially formulated rust inhibitors do the job.
WILL THE OIL HURT MY PAINT?
No the oil will not harm paint, wiring, rubber or
DOES THE DRIP OIL HURT ASPHALT?
The Drip Oil will stain the asphalt but does not affect it like gasoline or engine oil, it will fade. After the application of the drip oil it is usually best to park somewhere other than your driveway.
HOW LONG WILL THE DRIP OIL CONTINUE TO DRIP?
Drip is temperature dependent but the average is two to three days, the majority of the dripping is in the first 24 hours.
WHEN CAN I WASH MY CAR?
You may wash your car immediately, be sure to avoid wheel wells and undercarriage of the vehicle. With drip oil we recommend waiting until most of the dripping has subsided. Avoid car washes with the bottom wash feature, the detergent will break down the oil and remove some of the rust inhibitors.
WHAT KIND OF OIL IS IT?
Both Drip and Non-Drip are new oil products, specially formulated with rust inhibitors, made specifically for automotive rust proofing.
WHICH PRODUCT IS BETTER?
Both products are very comparable, No Drip is preferred by the customers that cannot tolerate the excess dripping and their vehicles are newer or extremely clean (i.e. bottom of vehicle is relatively rust and dirt free). Drip oil is the product of choice when it comes to most vehicles, if you can tolerate a little mess than it is the one to go with.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DRIP AND NO DRIP?
Drip oil is thinner and penetrates those seams and crevices fast. It will penetrate through built up dirt and flaky rust. No Drip is thicker and is applied a little differently than Drip Oil. No Drip is more of a fog or film of thick oil that is applied; too much will drip and will not dry or adhere to the metal properly. A thin film is all that is required to give the metal the protection it needs.
CAN A VEHICLE BE SPRAYED WHEN WET?
It can but remember the drier the better. Oil floats on water, we want the product to adhere properly, therefore a dry day is a good day!
AFTER A RAINFALL, HOW LONG SHOULD I WAIT BEFORE MY VEHICLE CAN BE SPRAYED?
Generally if the roads are dry than the vehicle will be dry enough to spray.
WHY ARE HOLES BEING DRILLED?
In most vehicles there is no access to inner areas of Rocker Panels, Doors and Rear Quarter Panels (except for salt and moisture). The only way to apply product to these areas to ensure protection is to gain access by drilling holes, which are plugged afterwards with a professional automotive plug.