NH Oil Undercoating

The Industry Leaders in Technologically Advanced Solvent Free Non-toxic / Non-hazardous Vehicle Protective Coatings

Most people will rarely see the underside of their car or truck, but that won’t change its condition. It’s important your vehicle’s chassis and undercarriage are well protected from the elements. The fact is, a new car is subjected to thousands of spot welds and numerous bends and folds during production.

This process damages the pre-coated metal, allowing exposure to the corrosion process. Besides cosmetic damage, corrosion also weakens a vehicle’s structural integrity and can affect steering and suspension components. The destructive force of auto corrosion is the single greatest threat to your vehicle. It can lead to rapid deterioration of metal, not only resulting in poor appearance, loss of value but real safety hazards.

Don’t wait until you have a structural failure or fail a safety inspection. Deal with rust as you would any other maintenance item on the vehicle. Unlike paint or conventional undercoating, which cover and encapsulate rust, our rust prevention methods and products penetrate through rust to the base metal. NH Oil Undercoating® Vehicle Undercoating Service is designed to create a barrier that can’t be broken, chipped, or cracked. By staying fluid, our Solvent-Free Non-toxic / Non-hazardous Vehicle Protective Coatings self-heals after any abrasions providing lasting protection, even in extreme conditions.


Despite recent advances in the materials and manufacture of vehicles, auto corrosion is still with us. You can hardly miss the effects of rust. Fortunately, with our NH Oil Undercoating vehicle undercoating services rust/corrosion prevention system you can fight back. By following a regular program of NHOU® Oil-based rustproofing corrosion prevention coating, you can keep your car in excellent condition.

NH Oil Undercoating® your car or truck is one of the best ways to stop corrosion before it starts. Applying NH Oil Undercoating automotive undercoating to a vehicle puts a physical barrier between the exposed underbody and all the road brine just waiting to pummel it.

The chemical make-up of brine has industry experts warning drivers of its corrosive nature. “The solution, once it gets into crevices of a vehicle, is highly corrosive,” said Bob Baboian, an auto industry consultant and fellow with the National Association of Corrosive Engineers. “Brine is highly effective, but can cause serious damage to vehicles if it’s not immediately addressed.” By the time the auto corrosion becomes visible, its effects may already be widespread.