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Old 10-22-2020, 10:23 PM   #31658
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I went to spray this can of undercoating on my car that I thought was fluid-film like. It was something I grabbed from my late grandpa's stuff after he died a few years ago, he had all kinds of chemicals and stuff. The exposed metal (except the engine and exhaust of course) on the bottom of my car is all now rubberized. Oops.

I don't think it'll be too bad but I'll have to scrape it out of some bolt and screw holes and whatnot when I do service going forward. I could have stopped when I realized it was rubber-like of course but eh...

Unless someone thinks having a rubberized undercoating on most of the exposed metal, including most of the suspension parts, will damage anything?

Edit to add: I just noticed Valvoline CVTF is $42 for a 6 quart pack on amazon. I think that's a really good deal compared to what usually $9-10 a quart? I might pick up a pack or two.
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Last edited by IHaveAHorse; 10-23-2020 at 01:33 PM.
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