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feb

Which anti-rust protection treatment?

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I've imported a 2008 Impreza STi which is very clean underneath without any rust at all  (they don't use salt on the roads in Japan) and I would like to underseal it with something to make it stay as close as to the condition as it is at the moment.


What do you guys recommend?


I've spoken to a few people who use clear waxoil which looks good but I've heard mixed reviews regarding waxoil e.g. it could trap humidity(?) and there may be better products out there such as Dinitrol , Bilt hamber (Dynax UB) etc.
What would you guys recommend?


I would prefer a clear type look instead of the black stuff.

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welshpug

how well seam sealed and underseal/stonechip protected are they?  

 

the main waxoyl/dinitrol products are for cavities etc, for a finish more like oem you need to look for oem type products, see what bodyshops use, many will need an air supply to apply to the vehicle and can be overpainted, most of the cheaper shultz type stuff stays tacky and only come in black, not a fan of these myself!

 

 

I think 3m do a lot of pro stuff

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feb

Seam seals look OK to me although I don't have something to compare them against.

There seems to be some underseal protection at places, not sure if the car has been steam cleaned when exported and it was removed (?) but I'd rather top it up.

Here is a photo of the underside. 

I'll check what bodyshops use and 3M , thanks man!

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