Two of the best ways to protect your vehicle from the damages brought on by rust are undercoating and rust protection. Learning the difference between the two types of rust proofing can play a large part in determining which one is better suited for you. Here is a deeper look into both packages and highlight their benefits. Check out the two different levels and get a better idea as to what each has to offer!
Level #1 – Undercoating
We think of it as the underbelly when you hear undercoating. Ziebart’s thick, abrasion-resistant seal is designed to adhere to the most vulnerable parts of your vehicle that you may not see every day. Undercoating effectively seals areas from the environment, abrasion, and harsh chemicals like road salt. With specialized tools and training, our skilled technicians have the ability and knowledge to seal all of the areas of your vehicle that need it and avoid all the areas that don’t. This type of undercoating also helps reduce noises from the road. With yearly maintenance, you can have your underbelly sealed for years to come!
Level #2 – Undercoating with Rust Protection
Take undercoating from level #1 and add rust protection into the mix. Genuine Ziebart rust protection includes undercoating as well as protection for those hidden areas that are more prone to rust. Doors, fenders, rocker panels, upper body panels, and tailgates can take away from your vehicle’s appearance if rusted. Protect those important areas with our Genuine Ziebart rust protection package!
There are ongoing advancements in the automotive industry, yet rust continues to be a concern, and rust protection is still the best way to protect against corrosion on new and used vehicles.
For over five decades, Ziebart permanent rustproofing—invented by Kurt Ziebart—has remained unmatched in the industry, protecting vehicles around the globe from some of the harshest weather conditions.
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