> Reply-To: "MIKE_J2@SFOV1.VERIFONE.COM" <MIKE_J2@sfov1.verifone.com>
> >into surface rust is very effective at previenting further rust. I have put
> >into practice on my truck by oiling the truck bed beneath the bedliner (will
> I've heard of people in rust-prone areas who take their old oil after an
> oil change and "paint" it onto the bottom of their vehicle. At least
> that's what I've heard people on the Washington state coast do up in the NW
> USA where vehicles will seem to melt from rust before your very eyes.
I was listening to "Car Talk" on NPR. One of there shows discussed how
they used to paint the underside and body cavities with used motor oil
to prevent rust out. They seemed to feel it worked. I shudder at the
pollution potential. This oil must wash off in wet weather. Oil does
not break down and if it gets into the ground water it is there for a
long time. It is a serious situation.
- -Mark "Please don't polute my well" Jurras = =o&o