At SWRP we have the skills and capabilities to carry out thorough rust proofing on your motorhome. This is a Fiat Hymer we rust proofed. The customer wanted to ensure the wood was protected from the treatment so we made sure that the preparation was thorough to mask off the wooden floors.
We had a BMW Z3 in for treatment which had been very well looked after by it’s owner for many years. As you can see in the photos there was surface rust which needed preparation and RC900 rust converter however the finish came out very well and the customer was happy.
We have noticed a huge increase in interest for undersealing the Nissan El Grand, owners of these vehicles are really keen to have them undersealed as they have either nothing at all to protect them or they were done by the importer and need to be redone. See below for pictures of one that we have done here at South West Rust Proofing.
This Toyota Land Cruiser came in with surface rust which required preparation with wire wheels and brushes before applying Dinitrol RC900 rust converter. We get a lot of enquiries about treating these vehicles as they commonly fail MOT’s for rust. Customers are becoming increasingly keen to catch the issue early and are opting to rust proof them as soon as they can.
This Land Rover Defender 110 lives its life on a Dairy farm and therefore is most at risk of very early corrosion. The type of debris it collects on a daily basis makes it certain that this would start to corrode and rot very early in it’s life. We performed our usual thorough steam clean and debris removal to ensure that the Dinitrol protection was laid onto a clean and prepared surface. There is no doubt that this vehicle will last a lot longer now it has been protected than it would have done before. A vehicle used in this way would need to be re-treated every 2 years.
Below are a series of images showing the before and after of the underside of a Mitsubishi L200 as well as the progression from the surface rust, preparation and treatment with Dinitrol RC900 behind one of the wheels.
The preparation stage is absolutely vital, there is no point in applying any rust prevention treatment over the top of a poorly prepared surface as you could end up making things worse rather than better. This is why we spend three days carrying out the treatment, so that we can be confident you will be driving away a vehicle which has been given the best chance possible.