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Undercoating Rust Prevention

Why do vehicles rust? Despite recent advances in the materials and manufacture of vehicles, corrosion is still with us. You can hardly miss the effects of rust as you commute to and from work.

The sight of cars and trucks with rusty fenders, doors and frames is as common now as it was decades ago. In fact, the need for corrosion protection has become more urgent that ever.

At Rev Auto & Truck, our NH Oil Undercoating vehicle undercoating services rust/corrosion prevention system can help you to fight back. By following a regular program of NHOU® Oil-based rustproofing corrosion prevention coating, you can keep your vehicle in excellent condition. Visit us today!

NH Oil Undercoating

NH Oil Undercoating® your car or truck is one of the best ways to stop corrosion before it starts. Applying NH Oil Undercoating automotive undercoating to a vehicle puts a physical barrier between the exposed underbody and all the road brine just waiting to pummel it.

The chemical make-up of brine has industry experts warning drivers of its corrosive nature. “The solution, once it gets into crevices of a vehicle, is highly corrosive,” said Bob Baboian, an auto industry consultant and fellow with the National Association of Corrosive Engineers. "Brine is highly effective but can cause serious damage to vehicles if it's not immediately addressed."

By the time the auto corrosion becomes visible, its effects may already be widespread.

All our NH Oil Undercoating® Vehicle Undercoating Services and products offer powerful corrosion protection for all metals. They are long lasting and made of the highest quality corrosion preventives and lubricants available on the market.

Full List of Services and Products We Provide

  • Spray-In Bed Liners
  • Tire and Wheel Sales
  • Rustproofing
  • Bed Mats
  • Cargo Slides
  • Toolboxes
  • Truck Bed Storage
  • Undercoating + Rust Proofing
  • Hitches for Towing
  • Brake Controllers
  • Mud Flaps
  • Hooped Nerf Bars
  • Nerf Bars
  • PowerStep Running Boards
  • Rock Sliders
  • Tonneau Covers
  • Vent Visors
  • Bug Guards
  • Floor Mats
  • Consoles
  • Seat Covers
  • Heated Seats
  • DVD Systems
  • Organizers
  • Headrest DVD Monitors
  • Camera Systems
  • Headlights
  • LED/HID Lighting
  • Taillights
  • Taillight Bars
  • Bin Packages
  • Ladder Racks
  • Partitions
  • Lift Gates
  • Strobe Lights
  • Work Caps and Lids
  • Tool Boxes
  • Bed Slides
  • Headache Racks
  • Cab Protectors

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- TacomaWorld

"From recent inquiries it appears as though many installers of Line-X bed liners have abandoned their franchises and switched over to Bullet bed liners. It seems the same engineering genius (chemical engineer), who invented the used in Line-X, sold the company, and started up a new company using, "new and improved" products. Apparently there are a few improvements in the application and also the Line-X was prone to some sun fading and supposedly the Bullet process is more fade resistant."

- Chevrolet Forum

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- F150 Forum

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- GM Trucks

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- Ford Trucks