Rustproofing of an electric vehicle is a treatment applied by a professional in a trained garage or a specialized company in order to protect or slow down the corrosion of your vehicle. Several types of treatments are available. The classic annual treatment is usually done in September and the permanent treatment lasts for several years. Oil, grease, black or amber, there are several types of quality products. An electric vehicle being quite different from a thermal car, it is more important to give this mandate to a professional who will know where to apply the protection and especially, where to avoid spraying the product to avoid electrical breakage.
Why have a rustproofing treatment?
Even today, rustproofing is a proven and effective method. A good rust inhibitor protects your car body from rust stains and perforation. In addition, it allows you to keep a better resale value. It is therefore wise to invest in the application of a rust protection.
What are the steps of a rustproofing treatment?
First of all, clean the vehicle well. Some car washes are equipped with a system to wash the underbody and under the vehicle. The adhesion of the product is more effective on a surface free of dust and dirt. Once the vehicle is dry, the specialist will apply the product to every corner of the vehicle, making sure to avoid sensitive areas where your vehicle’s electrical components are located. Once completed, a final thorough cleaning of the vehicle will remove any visible excess.
In conclusion, a vehicle in good condition and without rust will increase the value of your vehicle at resale or allow you to keep it longer.