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    Marine/RV Trailer Corrosion Protectant




    Features:

    • Creates a barrier that protects against corrosion on coated & uncoated metal surfaces
    • Quickly dries clearly & evenly without any residue or drips
    • Self-leveling formula penetrates hard to reach areas
    • Leaves a clear protective coating


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    • Part#: M77015
    • MSRP: $19.99
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    Re: Trailer Corrosion Protectant

    Can this be used on car undercarriages?
    Quote Originally Posted by Blueline View Post
    I own a silver vehicle and a black vehicle owns me. The black one demands attention, washing, detailing, waxing and an occasional dinner out at a nice restaurant. The silver one demands nothing and it looks just fine. I think the black vehicle is taking advantage of me, and the silver car is more my style. We can go out for a drive without her makeup and she looks fine. If I want to take the black one out, it is three or four hours in the "bathroom" to get ready.

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    Re: Trailer Corrosion Protectant

    Quote Originally Posted by davey g-force View Post
    Can this be used on car undercarriages?
    That was my first thought when I read the description.

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    Re: Trailer Corrosion Protectant

    Quote Originally Posted by davey g-force View Post
    Can this be used on car undercarriages?
    Although this product was tested and designed for un-coated & painted trailer surfaces, we don't see any issue with using it for that application davey.
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    Re: Trailer Corrosion Protectant

    Hi Nick,

    Would you recommend this product as the best approach for protecting a vehicle hitch? Only recommendations I've seen on the web tend to be grease, WD40 or fluid film. I know all of these powder coated hitches eventually rust but I'd like to delay that as much as possible given I have a brand new hitch installed. I see very little discussed about this product.

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    Re: Trailer Corrosion Protectant

    Quote Originally Posted by fromoutwest View Post
    Hi Nick,

    Would you recommend this product as the best approach for protecting a vehicle hitch? Only recommendations I've seen on the web tend to be grease, WD40 or fluid film. I know all of these powder coated hitches eventually rust but I'd like to delay that as much as possible given I have a brand new hitch installed. I see very little discussed about this product.

    Thanks!
    We did not design or safety test this product to be used directly on the trailer hitch ball (or any other apparatus where the tow vehicle connects to the trailer), so do not recommend it for this use if that is what you are referring to. However, as long as you do not spray it directly on the ball or any other apparatus where the tow vehicle connects to the trailer, it should work great to add protection.

    Hope this helps feel free to post further questions.
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    Re: Trailer Corrosion Protectant

    Thanks Nick - intent is to spray primarily around/inside the receiver area as that is what really starts rusting out after 2-3 years typically. We only use the hitch for bike racks and keep plugged with a cover when not in use, thus not using a hitch ball. I think taking the rack in and out over time is taking off the powder coating and leaving bare metal inside which eventually starts rusting. Do you think this product will help in this case? Also, I noted it appears the product is discontinued? Hopefully can find somewhere if you think it may work as I suspect should last quite a few years given the small surface area.

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