Rust­proof­ing is a good in­vest­ment

The Glengarry News - Glengarry Supplement - - News -

Rust will not only dam­age your car’s paint fin­ish, but the red­dish­brown coat­ing can also cause me­chan­i­cal prob­lems and cut your ve­hi­cle’s life short. That’s why the Cana­dian Au­to­mo­bile As­so­ci­a­tion rec­om­mends pro­tect­ing your car against cor­ro­sion. Rust­proof­ing in­creases the re­sale value of your ve­hi­cle. A rust-free car is worth more to a buyer. Rust­proof­ing ex­tends your car’s life­span. By prop­erly pro­tect­ing the un­der­car­riage, body pan­els and me­chan­i­cal parts your ve­hi­cle will last longer. Rust­proof­ing re­duces re­pair costs. If left un­treated, rust can spread to brake lines and ca­bles, even your ve­hi­cle’s elec­tri­cal sys­tem. Over time cor­ro­sion will com­pro­mise the struc­tural in­tegrity of your car.

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