Lay a tarpaulin on the floor under the vehicle as it can be a messy affair, don't do it on the lawn either.
Best done on a warm day with the waxoyl warmed up in a bucket of hot water. Wear a pair of glasses just in case.
was always told not to spray the brake pipes or at least wipe them clean after, A light coat of clear silicone grease is applied on them after
Ron's the man to ask he put's it on every thing including his toast :whistle: :thumbsup:
Don't forget to treat any rust etc before applying.
And make sure the underside is clean to.
11-08-2014, 06:33 PM
(This post was last modified: 11-08-2014, 06:35 PM by ron.)
Apply after a few dry days & in warm weather.Coat brake pipes with no fear(rubber as well).2 thin coats are better than 1 thick coat as what drips off doesn't rustproof.On "wear areas" mix with underseal & apply 1 week after original wax coat.The rear silencer can be treated as it doesn't get hot enough to burn but leave 24 h before long run.Any where rust is a risk,treat it.All nuts & bolts,batt terminals etc.
If spraying,use the lowest pressure poss to reduce waste.
alut::thumbsup: Contrary to the misconception of one member,I don't put it on toast,I use axle grease.
Strawberry flavoured windows
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The Waxoyl that drips off can be used again by the way.