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HinderRUST™ | Eliminate Automotive Rust & Corrosion | Anti Rust/Lubricant

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Published on May 23, 2012

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We shot this video about a week ago and the wind was blowing so hard that we couldn't hear anything, because it kept muffling my voice. We decided to do it again. So this is not the first time I have done this with this car and some of these areas have already been coated with HinderRUST, sorry about that. But nature was blowing the wind not me.

Now we've got a rain rack up here on the top of this ford. Which was rusting terribly, I left the mid section alone, you can see the rust on it it's very bad. What I did was squirt some HinderRUST on the brush and brush out on the other areas, now this is not the first time I have done this of course. And you can see it soaks in very readily and it goes a long way you'd be amazed at how far you can go with the HinderRUST on something like this. But we stopped the rust very effectively in some of these areas. And you can see what it was like when we started.

Now we had other areas over here. Here's an example of a nut that was getting rusty. What I did was just stipple it in on the rust like that it does a very good job of covering it and it stopped that very nicely too.

We had some rust starting on the hood here and the paint is chipped out on part of the hood, and this is one of the nasty places where rust will run underneath the paint, it's called cyliphorm corrosion. When that happens on a car if you don't stop it you've got a big problem. It's going to get worse and worse and you've got a big job on your hands. I'm lazy and I don't like having cars painted it's expensive, so what I did in this case was put some HinderRUST on it. Here we got the areas that where paint was chipped off, we just put some HinderRUST on it like that and stipple so it gets up underneath the paint lip there and forget about it. That stops the rust and keeps it from running so you're not going to have a problem with it getting worse. Now if you're one of these nutty purists who want to paint your car all the time and not have a trace of anything on it this is not the way to do it because paint won't stick to this stuff. You're gonna have to clean it off with a solvent if you're gonna paint it and do all the usual expensive things. Not me, as far as I'm concerned I want to stop the rust, leave it alone, and keep driving it.

Now if you look inside here, the other day we painted this terminal I can squirt some on here. This was very very messy, corrosion all over the place. And I just put some HinderRUST on it and it's already gotten very very nice. Plus the fact that we went around and did all these nuts and bolts, you'd be amazed how rusty things get under the hood of a car. All this stuff, rust rust rust rust. It only takes you a couple of minutes to do this and you can stop it. This is my second time as I claim so in a sense I am repeating myself and that's it. Hit those areas and that is going to stop it. So it stops looking like a goat farm in there it gets pretty bad as time goes on. This car is going to run for a long time as far as I'm concerned. And we're gonna keep running tests on it. And if you get under the car if you get up on a lift and you can squirt this stuff up on the rust patches developing on the chasse and stipple it in on the nooks and crannies so it gets in there, it'll soak into the rust and become a part of it for all practical purposes and you can then preserve the underbody of the car very effectively using this. So I recommend you do that if you're like me, when I get rid of a car it goes to the junk yard, I'm not very big on trading them in.

Backlink:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6rOPk...

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