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are rustseal and penetrol the same?


Glenn
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I am trying to decide whether to use KBS rustseal and/or Penatrol underneath my new vehicle. I need to coat inside the chassis cavity, underbody, external chassis and there are UV exposed rear crossmembers and tow bar areas to protect. Does rustseal offer comparative penetration as Penatrol and does it have a corrosion inhibitor aswell? Why would rust seal be better than Penatrol?



Can I use rustseal then put Penatrol on top if required? I have been told that rustseal will not stick to Penatrol if using Penatrol first.



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Glenn


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If you want a permanet solutiuon, we would recommoned the RustSeal because RustSeal is a rust preventive coating, that is actually hardened by exposure to moisture. RustSeal is impervious to road salts and most every chemical. RustSeal flows out to a beautiful, rock-hard, tough ceramic-like coating that is tough to chip or scratch, and will not crack or peel.



RustSeal is a long term solution as it actually bonds to the surface versus your other option which seems to be just an oily layer that wears off.



You can read more about the KBS 3 Step System featuring RustSeal here: http://www.kbs-coatings.com/kbs-three-step-system.html



You can read the complete directions for Rust Preevention featuring RustSeal here: http://www.kbs-coatings.com/rustseal-directions.html


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