Bison Fleet Specialists is now offering a professional rust-proofing undercoat protection to vehicles in our Western NY shop. Protect your vehicle from the salt on Buffalo’s winter roadways with PFC: Protection First Class – The Ultimate Rust Protection. This spray-on rust proof application can be done quickly & inexpensively by Bison Fleet’s expert team. Located at 1615 William St, our shop is the best place to find rustproofing nearby.
1615 William St • Buffalo, NY 14206 • 716-894-5799
Open Monday to Friday • 7:30am – 5:00pm
PFC Rustproofing & Undercoating
When it comes to under car rust protection, you’ll find no better undercoating service in Buffalo than Bison Fleet Specialists. Our PFC rubber spray is safe and is the best spray for rustproofing your vehicle, car, truck, SUV, van, RV, or any other automotive.
Rustproofing is the prevention or delay of rusting of iron and steel objects, or the permanent protection against corrosion. Typically, the protection is achieved by a process of surface finishing or treatment. Depending on mechanical wear or environmental conditions, the degradation may not be stopped completely, unless the process is periodically repeated. Bison Fleet’s application of spray-on PFC coating will last up to a year!
PFC: Protection First Class
The Ultimate Rust Protection
Protection First Class offers an inexpensive alternative to rubberized undercoating. PFC rust preventative remains soft and flexible, and actually heals itself and continues to coat long after other water soluble or solvent based products have evaporated or worn off.
Another great feature of PFC is that its translucent film is easy to see through and diagnose problems before they happen, unlike rubberized undercoating that masks the problem and allows rust to grow and spread under its surface!
Starting at $89.99
- Non-toxic and solvent free
- Expert application
- Salt Spray Treatment
Factors Affecting Vehicle Corrosion
The rate at which vehicles corrode is dependent upon:
- Local climate and use of ice-melting chemicals (salt) upon the roads
- Atmospheric pollution, such as acid rain or salt spray, which can cause paint damage
- Quality, thickness, and composition of metal used, often an alloy of mild steel
- Improper use of some dissimilar metals, which can accelerate the rusting of steel bodywork through electrolytic corrosion
- Design of “rust traps” (nooks and crannies that collect road dirt and water)
- Particular process of rustproofing used
- Plastic/under-seal protection on the car underside
- Exposure to salt water, which strips off the protective paint and also causes rust much quicker than ordinary rain water would