About that time of the year to put the pony in the garage. Any tips for long term storage?
Lol its my first winter ever storing a car. A little overkill for a v6 but i plan on having it for a very long time.You are the storage king.
Are you saying I should plasti dip the under carriage?Mkolabin said:Plastidip, I'm discovering, is your friend. If you are worried about salt and rust, I'd check out dipyourcar.com for tips. Other then that, wash it every time you're back from being out... Even if it's just a good spray down. You DO NOT want that road salt sitting on your car. Particularly your under carriage and if you have any preexisting rust spots!
LMAO im sure ive got something, just undiagnosed that car wash sounds fantastic, that sounds like it would definately be the best option.Oh, I agree.
However, where I live, the climate isn't so inclement and there's an excellent warm water, no touch car wash here which, as well as blasting your under carriage, uses (or can, if you pay more for it) a degreaser to eat away the road salt and grime before firing a protectant at your underside. It's a pretty kickass, if not cheap alternative.
And I tend to say that some washing, even with just a hose, is better then leaving the clumps of buildup on your car all winter.
You're right though, it's just that most people won't go THAT far. Are you an anorak by any chance? Do you have adenoids and OCD?
LOL. Just kidding around.
I am NOT saying that.Joe_Roma5 said:Are you saying I should plasti dip the under carriage?