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Alfa underbody re-seal

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I have check underneath my 147 and noticed that some of the underseal on the car has started to flake and come off with a little bit of rust,

I there any workshops that would clean and re-coat the car, or is this something I would need to do in the garage? Thanks.
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Hi Guys

I have check underneath my 147 and noticed that some of the underseal on the car has started to flake and come off with a little bit of rust,

I there any workshops that would clean and re-coat the car, or is this something I would need to do in the garage? Thanks.
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I bought a can of Bardahl (about 10 at local motor factors) and did it myself but I did have access to a 2 post ramp.
I did wirebrush the areas with any surface corrosion first.
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I bought a can of Bardahl (about 10 at local motor factors) and did it myself but I did have access to a 2 post ramp.
I did wirebrush the areas with any surface corrosion first.
Hi Mufasa

Thanks for the reply,

Ok so would i just need to wire brush then paint or sand/grind it all back to metal then paint, Thanks

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This seems to be the only area that needs to be coated

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Good hard brushing, perhaps source some sort of rust converter, then spray the other stuff over it.
One can of Bardahl will do to cover most of the underneath, no harm is covering all you can
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