RE: [DML] Driving DMC on salted roads
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RE: [DML] Driving DMC on salted roads

I’m not in the snow country either. Dallas doesn’t even have snow plows but in all my restoration work I get paper catalogs and E catalogs from all over the country. Today I received the new Eastwood catalog out of Pottstown Pa. and on the very back page is one of their adds for how to Neutralize Salt.
There part number is 51507ZP Road Salt Neutralizer. One gallon can make 21 gallons of the neutralizer.
Just an FYI, the interested parties can Google it further.


John Hervey




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Subject: Re: [DML] Driving DMC on salted roads


I live in Las Vegas so i dont drive in the snow, I was just making a suggestion for people that want to drive in the snow to give Plasti dip a try since is inexpensive, durable and easily removed if needed unlike paint.

On Jan 3, 2014, at 7:48 AM, <djdanwilson@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Plasti dip? How about you plasti dip your undercarriage, drive it on salt for a winter or two and let the rest of us know what happens. I know one absolute sure-fire way to guarantee that road salt will not affect your car, and that is to never ever drive on it. It's working for me. Bottom line is it's your car. Experiment with all the plasti dips, sacrificial anodes and voodoo you want. If your car is damaged you can take the financial hit and go and find another D if things don't work out as you hope. Dan W. VIN 16192


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