Myth # 101
It is too late to get my vehicle oil sprayed when I can already see rust.
Even with rust already showing, our oil spray can slow down this process on areas that already have rust, and keep other areas from appearing. This adds years to the life of your vehicle. It is never too late to have your vehicle protected.
Myth # 102
After I see salt on the road, it is too late to get my vehicle oil sprayed.
Even with salt already on the roads, our deep penetrating oil spray seeps into all the cracks and crevices coating the metal and painted surfaces protecting them from the exposure that salt or other alternate road deicing solutions can cause. If you feel there is a large quantity of salt on the undercarriage of your vehicle, it is possible to run through a quick car wash that includes under-spraying prior to your appointment. This will be dry enough to have the oil spray applied after just a short drive. It is never too late to have your vehicle protected.
Myth # 103
When snow is on the road, it is too late to get my vehicle oil sprayed.
We recommend choosing a fairly dry day and run your vehicle through a quick car wash that includes under-spraying prior to your appointment. This will be dry enough to have the oil spray applied after just a short drive. It is never too late to have your vehicle protected.
Myth # 104
I should only oil spray my vehicle in the fall.
The fall is certainly the busiest time of the year, however vehicles can be sprayed in any season.
Whatever season you choose, it is best to apply on an annual basis. However in some cases you may not need to spray your vehicle annually if you winter store or only drive a limited number of km per year.
Myth # 105
You do not need to drill holes to oil spray my vehicle.
Some competitors or dealers claim they can properly spray your vehicle without drilling holes. While in some vehicles that may be true, in most situations small holes are required to be drilled in specific areas for complete rustproofing coverage and then sealed with a plastic rustproof plug.
Myth # 106
Rustproofing will void my manufacturers warranty.
In most cases it will not void your warranty but you should always get something in writing from the manufacturer or dealer.
Myth # 107
I need to wash my vehicle before rustproofing.
The most important areas to be cleaned before an application is the undercarriage and wheel wells where snow, dirt and mud coming off the tires can collect. These areas should be cleaned on a regular basis and can usually be cleaned more thoroughly by hand with a garden hose as opposed to a car wash. Keeping these areas clean also helps in the prevention of rust.
Myth # 108
Oil spray is only for passenger vehicles.
You can also spray commercial vehicles, farm machinery, R.V’s and utility trailers or anything that’s metal and could rust.
Myth # 109
Does electronic rust protection work on cars?
These devices have been used for years on boats, bridges, and underground pipelines. There are experts who claim that the process cannot work on vehicles.
Oil spraying has been around for years and has proven to work. Stick with a proven process.