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    Waxoil and undersealing? any good places?

    I need to get my car undersealed and the chassis box sections waxoild asap, can anyone reccoment a professional body shop etc where they can do this for me? in the london area..

    has anyone got any advice as to what types of underseal to use? im not a fan of the black stuff..i hear they do grey rubberised stuff as well?

    OH just been told to wait till summer as if its done in the winter it will trap moisture? and i wont even know about it? is this true?
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    Re: Waxoil and undersealing? any good places?

    Best off doing it yourself. You can buy pressurised cans of waxy sealing crud from panel supplier/pain suppliers. Usually come with long plastic spray pipe too. Much easier than DIY with Waxoyl pressurised can.

    Otherwise, a lot of body shops can do it.
    Spray down the inside of the sills.
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    Re: Waxoil and undersealing? any good places?

    The hammerite underseal with waxoyl is good or use Schutz

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    Re: Waxoil and undersealing? any good places?

    Schutz in cans is brilliant stuff. Not quite the same as Waxoy though.
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    Re: Waxoil and undersealing? any good places?

    Yep, its quite thin though I found. Cant you apply it with a gun?

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    Re: Waxoil and undersealing? any good places?

    Quote Originally Posted by tomstickland
    Schutz in cans is brilliant stuff. Not quite the same as Waxoy though.
    Whats the difference between Schultz and Waxyoy?

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    Re: Waxoil and undersealing? any good places?

    I've just replied to your other thread but Richard Bell does undersealing in his new place.

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    Re: Waxoil and undersealing? any good places?

    how much would a garage charge to do this?
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    Re: Waxoil and undersealing? any good places?

    Dinitrol do a range of profesional underseal,rustproofing,and stonechip products,not cheap but the best ive used by far.
    Waxoyl is far too thin and needs re applying after a year or so.
    The dinitrol cavity wax is great,it goes on really thin but then dries to a thick waxy film,you can get it in small spray tins with a long tube,the pump up 1litre spray tins which is what i used,or you can buy 'massive' barrels for use in proper spray guns.
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    Re: Waxoil and undersealing? any good places?

    Whats the difference between Schultz and Waxyoy?
    Shutz that I've used is a Black spray paint that sticks to anything and sets to a hard, stone chip proof, matt finish.

    Waxoyl or the similar Wax Oil copy is waxy oily stuff that forms a layer of greasy crud on the surface of the metal.
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    Re: Waxoil and undersealing? any good places?

    how much to do the whole floor or do u not do the whole floor?
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    Re: Waxoil and undersealing? any good places?

    what bits that andyk in pic above?
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    Re: Waxoil and undersealing? any good places?

    that's the skirt held down with a bit of wood. and the sills wax oiled.

    Mainly need to do the rear of the cav t.
    The rear arches from inside the boot.

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    Re: Waxoil and undersealing? any good places?

    Quote Originally Posted by tomstickland
    Shutz that I've used is a Black spray paint that sticks to anything and sets to a hard, stone chip proof, matt finish.

    Waxoyl or the similar Wax Oil copy is waxy oily stuff that forms a layer of greasy crud on the surface of the metal.
    Cheers mate Should this be done in the Summer or is Winter ok? I wanted to do it before the salt starts getting laid down...

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