Learn how to treat rust before it ruins your car

Rust Prevention

Working with new virgin metal on a real steel hot rod build, or new sheet metal replacement panels? Or are you just that good that you stripped every last bit of old paint and rust out of the old bodywork? Well you are going to need to do something to keep the tin worms from coming back if you want it to last.

We love cars and hate rust too at Eastwood. That's why we sell anti-rust coatings and rubberized undercoating to keep the rust from attacking the parts of your car you can't even see, like the inner side of body work and inside frame rails. We also have an aerosol zinc galvanizing spray that is nearly as good as the real deal hot dip galvanized process. We've got rubberized undercoating too, specially formulated to be better than the stuff the factory applied back in the day. Live somewhere where they use salt on the roads in the winter? We've got a spray solution to neutralize it so you can drive in the winter without worry.

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Destroys rust hiding inside chassis, so it won't rust thru
Spray inside doors and rockers where painting won't be required.
Spray inside doors and rockers where painting won't be required.
Black Rust Encapsulator and Chassis Black restore suspension parts and frame
Black Rust Encapsulator and Chassis Black restore suspension parts and frame
Spray-on undercoating 2 ways: use the gun, or the aerosol for touch-ups
The right tools to thoroughly rustproof your car
(2) Quarts of Original Gloss Chassis Black (1) Quart of Black Rust Encapsulator
Loosens "frozen" metal parts; silicone protects against future rust
Quickly loosens rusted nuts, bolts; dissolves rust, lubricates, cleans
(2) Quarts of Original Satin Chassis Black (1) Quart of Black Rust Encapsulator
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