Highway departments have been heavily utilizing salt in an effort to allow us to maintain our mobility in the face of our brutal winters, but Over the last few years road salt has been replaced by a  Far More Corrosive Organtic Liquid De-Icing Product. Before the snowy season sets in, it's a good idea to do a thorough washing of the vehicle and apply a new coat of a high-lustre carnunba wax. The wax will serve as an extra barrier against road grime as well as making it much easier to clean. The more you protect your vehicle, the longer it's going to last and the higher the resale value when it's time to sell or trade.
© 902 825 1695 | 9 Freeman Str. | Industrial Park Middleton  | Middleton | Email : ultimatedetails@eastlink.ca  |  Design Marketing AV

Why It's So Important To Undercoat

The long cruel winter is approaching, the days when your car will be

covered in chalky salt residue and the wheel wells hanging with frozen

slush and ice.

CANADIAN ROADS and weather conditions are hard on your vehicle

and road salt can be your vehicle's number 1 enemy. Add deep

puddles and uneven pavement, loose gravel or sharp ice and any road

can wreak havoc on your vehicle's undercarriage.

Our Undercoat protection is specially formulated to preserve a car’s most vulnerable, high-impact areas. It seals out moisture and helps protect against road salt. Like a blanket, our undercoating helps insulate against extreme hot or cold, and deadens road noise and vibrations. Bottom line: you get a quieter ride while your vehicle’s metal is guarded from moisture and debris.Regular Washing ,along with undercoating helps protect your vehicle from winter corrosion. Road salt can be your vehicle’s number 1 enemy during the winter, with temperatures quickly rising and falling. Since your vehicle is probably your 2nd largest investment, it pays to protect it from rust. Ultimate Details strongly recommends having your New or Used vehicle undercoated. The problem is your pride and joy, your most expensive purchase after your house is rusting from the inside out. Getting your car undercoated and rust proofed will help prevent further rusting as well as add extra protection to the doors and under-body of the vehicle. It will even protect brake lines and fuel lines. The product we use is, drip-free, solvent-free, odour-free and non-toxic. It is a lubricating metal conditioner that marginally creeps and penetrates. It does not dry out, chip or peel but a reapplication or at least an inspection/touch up is recommended every 12 months. It even protects gas tanks, gas lines, hydraulic brake lines and emergency brake cables. We do a complete under-body spray of the vehicle, as well as inside the doors, engine bay as well as Truck/Tailgate areas. The Far More Corrosive Organtic Liquid De-Icing Product. This new Brine Solution, while being highly effective in controlling ice on roads, its effects on vehicles is insidious (a better means of destroying your vehicle could not have been invented if it were done on purpose.) Winter driving means the organic brine is constantly coating your vehicle, and, as a liquid easily works its way into areas that normal road salt would not penetrate. The brine solution gets behind trim and weather stripping, in body seams and subframes. Thanks to the addition of the beet juice it sticks in place. In dry conditions the brine will turn into fine partcles, kicked up by traffic. The dust permeates even further into your vehicle, causing Rust and Corrosion. Most unfairly, the act of washing your vehicle in the summer can help re-activate this brine substance. Apart from not driving your vehicle and parking your vehicle in your living room, there is only one way to help protect against the year round effects of this salt brine substance. Have your vehicle Undercoated with an Oil Based Undercoating (Like Dominion Sure Seal Oil Based Undercoating) on an Annual Basis. It is still a good idea to keep your vehicle clean; washing off the salt brine on a regular basis.
Bring Back That New Car  Feeling

Why It's So Important To Undercoat

The long cruel winter is approaching, the days when your car will

be covered in chalky salt residue and the wheel wells hanging

with frozen slush and ice.

CANADIAN ROADS and weather conditions are hard on your

vehicle and road salt can be your vehicle's number 1 enemy. Add

deep puddles and uneven pavement, loose gravel or sharp ice

and any road can wreak havoc on your vehicle's undercarriage.

Our Undercoat protection is specially formulated to preserve a car’s most vulnerable, high-impact areas. It seals out moisture and helps protect against road salt. Like a blanket, our undercoating helps insulate against extreme hot or cold, and deadens road noise and vibrations. Bottom line: you get a quieter ride while your vehicle’s metal is guarded from moisture and debris.Regular Washing ,along with undercoating helps protect your vehicle from winter corrosion. Road salt can be your vehicle’s number 1 enemy during the winter, with temperatures quickly rising and falling. Since your vehicle is probably your 2nd largest investment, it pays to protect it from rust. Ultimate Details strongly recommends having your New or Used vehicle undercoated. The problem is your pride and joy, your most expensive purchase after your house is rusting from the inside out. Getting your car undercoated and rust proofed will help prevent further rusting as well as add extra protection to the doors and under-body of the vehicle. It will even protect brake lines and fuel lines. The product we use is, drip-free, solvent-free, odour-free and non-toxic. It is a lubricating metal conditioner that marginally creeps and penetrates. It does not dry out, chip or peel but a reapplication or at least an inspection/touch up is recommended every 12 months. It even protects gas tanks, gas lines, hydraulic brake lines and emergency brake cables. We do a complete under-body spray of the vehicle, as well as inside the doors, engine bay as well as Truck/Tailgate areas. The Far More Corrosive Organtic Liquid De-Icing Product. This new Brine Solution, while being highly effective in controlling ice on roads, its effects on vehicles is insidious (a better means of destroying your vehicle could not have been invented if it were done on purpose.) Winter driving means the organic brine is constantly coating your vehicle, and, as a liquid easily works its way into areas that normal road salt would not penetrate. The brine solution gets behind trim and weather stripping, in body seams and subframes. Thanks to the addition of the beet juice it sticks in place. In dry conditions the brine will turn into fine partcles, kicked up by traffic. The dust permeates even further into your vehicle, causing Rust and Corrosion. Most unfairly, the act of washing your vehicle in the summer can help re-activate this brine substance. Apart from not driving your vehicle and parking your vehicle in your living room, there is only one way to help protect against the year round effects of this salt brine substance. Have your vehicle Undercoated with an Oil Based Undercoating (Like Dominion Sure Seal Oil Based Undercoating) on an Annual Basis. It is still a good idea to keep your vehicle clean; washing off the salt brine on a regular basis.
© Ulitmate Details Car Detailing | call Dave: 902 825 1695 | 9 Freeman Str. | Industrial Park Middleton  | Email : ultimatedetails@eastlink.ca  |  Design Marketing AV
Highway departments have been heavily utilizing salt in an effort to allow us to maintain our mobility in the face of our brutal winters, but Over the last few years road salt has been replaced by a  Far More Corrosive Organtic Liquid De-Icing Product. Before the snowy season sets in, it's a good idea to do a thorough washing of the vehicle and apply a new coat of a high-lustre carnunba wax. The wax will serve as an extra barrier against road grime as well as making it much easier to clean. The more you protect your vehicle, the longer it's going to last and the higher the resale value when it's time to sell or trade.
Bring Back That New Car  Feeling
Highway departments have been heavily utilizing salt in an effort to allow us to maintain our mobility in the face of our brutal winters, but Over the last few years road salt has been replaced by a  Far More Corrosive Organtic Liquid De-Icing Product. Before the snowy season sets in, it's a good idea to do a thorough washing of the vehicle and apply a new coat of a high-lustre carnunba wax. The wax will serve as an extra barrier against road grime as well as making it much easier to clean. The more you protect your vehicle, the longer it's going to last and the higher the resale value when it's time to sell or trade.

Why It's So

Important To

Undercoat

The long cruel winter is

approaching, the days when your

car will be covered in chalky salt

residue and the wheel wells

hanging with frozen slush and ice.

CANADIAN ROADS and weather

conditions are hard on your vehicle

and road salt can be your vehicle's

number 1 enemy. Add deep

puddles and uneven pavement,

loose gravel or sharp ice and any

road can wreak havoc on your

vehicle's undercarriage.

Our Undercoat protection is specially formulated to preserve a car’s most vulnerable, high-impact areas. It seals out moisture and helps protect against road salt. Like a blanket, our undercoating helps insulate against extreme hot or cold, and deadens road noise and vibrations. Bottom line: you get a quieter ride while your vehicle’s metal is guarded from moisture and debris.Regular Washing ,along with undercoating helps protect your vehicle from winter corrosion. Road salt can be your vehicle’s number 1 enemy during the winter, with temperatures quickly rising and falling. Since your vehicle is probably your 2nd largest investment, it pays to protect it from rust. Ultimate Details strongly recommends having your New or Used vehicle undercoated. The problem is your pride and joy, your most expensive purchase after your house is rusting from the inside out. Getting your car undercoated and rust proofed will help prevent further rusting as well as add extra protection to the doors and under-body of the vehicle. It will even protect brake lines and fuel lines. The product we use is, drip-free, solvent-free, odour-free and non-toxic. It is a lubricating metal conditioner that marginally creeps and penetrates. It does not dry out, chip or peel but a reapplication or at least an inspection/touch up is recommended every 12 months. It even protects gas tanks, gas lines, hydraulic brake lines and emergency brake cables. We do a complete under-body spray of the vehicle, as well as inside the doors, engine bay as well as Truck/Tailgate areas. The Far More Corrosive Organtic Liquid De- Icing Product. This new Brine Solution, while being highly effective in controlling ice on roads, its effects on vehicles is insidious (a better means of destroying your vehicle could not have been invented if it were done on purpose.) Winter driving means the organic brine is constantly coating your vehicle, and, as a liquid easily works its way into areas that normal road salt would not penetrate. The brine solution gets behind trim and weather stripping, in body seams and subframes. Thanks to the addition of the beet juice it sticks in place. In dry conditions the brine will turn into fine partcles, kicked up by traffic. The dust permeates even further into your vehicle, causing Rust and Corrosion. Most unfairly, the act of washing your vehicle in the summer can help re-activate this brine substance. Apart from not driving your vehicle and parking your vehicle in your living room, there is only one way to help protect against the year round effects of this salt brine substance. Have your vehicle Undercoated with an Oil Based Undercoating (Like Dominion Sure Seal Oil Based Undercoating) on an Annual Basis. It is still a good idea to keep your vehicle clean; washing off the salt brine on a regular basis.
© Ulitmate Details Car Detailing | call  902 825 1695 |  9 Freeman Str. | Industrial Park Middleton  | Email : ultimatedetails@eastlink.ca     Design Marketing AV Bring Back That New Car  Feeling