WHAT IS UNDERCOATING
Undercoating for a car refers to a protective coating applied to the underside of a vehicle, typically to protect it from corrosion caused by moisture, salt, road debris, and other environmental factors. It is often used as an additional layer of protection to prevent rust and corrosion in areas that are exposed to harsh driving conditions or climates. ValuGard Undercoating’ asphalt-based, self-healing formula acts as a sound barrier and helps insulate your vehicle from heat and cold.
In Colorado, undercoating can be particularly beneficial due to our region’s unique climate and road conditions. Colorado experiences cold winters with heavy snowfall, and as a result, the roads are often treated with salt, magnesium chloride, or other chemicals to melt the ice, which can accelerate the corrosion process on a vehicle’s undercarriage. Additionally, dirt roads, gravel roads, as well as off-roading are quite common in Colorado, which can cause abrasion and impact damage to the underside of a vehicle.
A proper undercoating application is more than simply spraying a product onto the car. Surface prep is the most important step prior to applying the ValuGard Undercoating product. The trained professionals at LINE-X Colorado Springs are ready to protect your car the right way.