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Cavity wax: why rust proofing cavities is important in car restoration

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Cavity wax applied to a well prepared surface is one of the best things a classic car owner can do. The 'searching' properties of DINITROL cavity wax means that it finds its way into all he nooks and crannies.

Classic car restoration is rewarding whether done as a hobby or by professional occupation. Part of a restoration project is dealing with any signs of corrosion and classic car rust proofing to protect against the onset of corrosion particularly during the winter months when there is rainwater, mud and salt on the roads - the key ingredients of corrosion.

DINITROL cavity waxes works by displacing the moisture from cavities thereby offering longterm rust protection. Three popular DINITROL cavity waxes offer key features and benefits to classic car rustproofing as explained in the attached infographic.

Application of cavity wax is via an aerosol and wand to ensure full coverage to all cavities at risk of corrosion. DINITROL reaches into the smallest nooks and crannies sealing them off from moisture, road salt, and general road grime. With it's self-healing properties, DINITROL cavity wax will also refill any cracks or chips offering continual coverage.

DINITROL cavity wax can be used inside chassis, interior panels, door pillars and inside doors as well as sills and box sections which are particularly at risk.