Areas to Avoid When Installing Line-X Undercoating

Areas to Avoid When Installing Line-X Undercoating

LINE-X makes high-tech, spray-on protection coatings that can be applied to nearly every area of your truck or SUV. LINE-X truck undercoatings are designed to protect your vehicle's undercarriage from rust, corrosion, scratches, dings, salt, and everything else that comes its way! If you purchased LINE-X Undercoating and are attempting to apply it yourself, read on to learn about the areas you should never spray. If you want your LINE-X Undercoating to perform at its very best, contact the certified installers at LINE-X Inland Northwest today!

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Your vehicle’s brakes have a very important job, so you need to avoid tampering with them when installing a LINE-X Undercoating. To ensure you don’t spray any undercoating on your brakes, you should always cover disc brakes and calipers when applying undercoating. If you have drum brakes, take great care when spraying the backing plates and ensure no product makes it past them.

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If It’s Hot, Spray Not

When installing your LINE-X Undercoating, you need to avoid spraying the product on your engine, exhaust pipe, and any other area that heats up during operation. When they come in contact with LINE-X Undercoating, the high temperatures of your engine and exhaust pipe can release fumes that can be harmful if inhaled.

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If there are surface areas on the undercarriage of your vehicle that are made of rubber, you should avoid those areas when applying your LINE-X Undercoating. This is especially important if the areas contain non-oil-resistant rubber, which can swell if it comes in contact with undercoating products. If you aren’t sure whether you should spray an area of your vehicle, contact the experts at LINE-X Inland Northwest.

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If you accidentally spray undercoating on your tires or too much overspray collects on your tires during installation, it can affect their traction and cause your vehicle to slip out while on the road. Yes, this means that you have to remove your wheels before applying LINE-X Undercoating. If you don’t have extensive experience working on your truck, bring it into LINE-X Inland Northwest for a certified installation.

LINE-X Inland Northwest is your trusted, local provider of LINE-X Undercoating installation in Coeur d’Alene and Spokane. Our authorized installers can outfit your vehicle with a durable LINE-X Undercoating that will protect your vehicle for years to come. Contact us today to get a free estimate!