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    It's coming to that time of year when I start rust proofing the car and van Do it every 3 years.
    Anyway the wax I, allway use no longer available. The firm I use to supply it has switched to a product called Corrolan.
    Has anyone used this product in real life.
    The internet reviews look good.
    Still got 5 liters of the old mill-spec wax for the maestro. Or anybody used another product they where impressed with.

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    Originally posted by efi 2.0 View Post
    It's coming to that time of year when I start rust proofing the car and van Do it every 3 years.
    Anyway the wax I, allway use no longer available. The firm I use to supply it has switched to a product called Corrolan.
    Has anyone used this product in real life.
    The internet reviews look good.
    Still got 5 liters of the old mill-spec wax for the maestro. Or anybody used another product they where impressed with.
    I tend to you Dinitrol ML for underbody and for cavities I use Fluid Film. I've had excellent long last results from both theses products.

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    • #3
      I have used Bilt Hamber Dynax S-50 ever since I rebuilt my turbo. On the basis that I cannot see any sign of rust, I have to say that it seems to be a great product.
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      • #4
        Thanks for replies , I think I do the van and car in the new product-corrolan .. Which is lanolin based I think..
        And see how it goes. Have used Dinitrol before a few years ago and it lasted well but will look at Bilt hamber. Before I make a decision , one thing is for sure my compressor going to be busy soon.

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