It is important to protect all aspects of your car from damage, rust, and rot. From the windshield to the tires to the body of your car, cars need care so they don't turn into irreversible rust piles.

All of the moving parts work together to make a well-functioning and safe whole, and it's easy to forget about things that aren't visible in your car – like the lower belly. This is where car rubberized underseal comes in.

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Bad roads, stones thrown from tires and metal dents, and corrosion from road salt in winter all play a big part in damaging or rotting the underside of vehicles. Used vehicles need a little lower belly protection – even if they are exposed to dirt and rust, applying a primer prevents further damage.

Professional priming of your vehicle can be costly, but fortunately, if you are on a budget you can do it yourself for a portion of the price. The rubber coating on cars is easy to apply and offers sound absorption and protection from dust, moisture, and dirt or impact.

In addition to the chassis, the rubber undercoat can also be safely drilled into the boreholes of wheels and cases and dries into a soft rubber finish that prevents further rusting, damage, or ingress of moisture. The upholstery can be painted over and, if necessary for the body, easily removed with a spray to remove the undercoat.