• Provides a tough barrier and protects metal from road debris• An aerosol undercoating with smooth texture in two forms, paintable and non-paintable• Multi-purpose undercoating may be applied to cars, trucks and recreational vehicles• Hides welding marks and other repairs• Sound dampening properties help reduce road noise
3M Professional Grade Rubberized Undercoating produces a textured finish which resists chipping, abrasion, exterior rusting and weathering. This coating provides one-coat build-up with no dripping, running or sagging. The undercoating is excellent for automotive undercarriages and for other uses including protection for wheel wells, fenders, quarter panels and more.
For a quieter ride, rubberized undercoating helps insulate the vehicle cabin from noise, including from the road and the engine. When soundproofing an automobile, consider the most common source of the noise for your situation. Cars of all makes, models and price ranges will benefit from noise reduction soundproofing.
The aerosol can offers convenience for applying the undercoating without any additional investment in equipment.
3M Professional Grade Rubberized Undercoating helps protect the undercarriage of cars, trucks, vans and recreational vehicles from corrosion and abrasion. The coating may also be used to protect wheel wells, quarter panels, interior sides of fenders, the underside of the hood, the bottom sides of floor pans and more. The rubberized undercoating also helps deaden noise, allowing for a more pleasant and quieter ride. The spray goes on as a textured black finish that resists chipping, abrasion, exterior rusting and weathering. It provides one-coat build-up with no dripping, running, or sagging. Protecting your vehicle with an application of rubberized undercoating is advised for long-term protection of the undercarriage. Rubberized undercoating creates a protective barrier that seals out grit, grime and moisture that could otherwise corrode the metal components. This extra protection is a low-cost measure that can pay off by potentially extending the service life of a vehicle.