Protection First Class - Automotive
-Nuts and Bolts
-Grill, front bumper, and mirrors (Prevents debris buildup)
Keep your vehicle protected and running smoothly with Protection First Class
Protection First Class is an all-around vehicle protecting product with applications from bumper to bumper. The non-toxic and solvent free formula is safe for use on all metal surfaces including chrome, diamond plate, or stainless steel. It is also safe for many painted surfaces allowing it to be used all over vehicles. Protection First Class also makes an outstanding undercoating material, be sure to check out the undercoating page for more info!
BUG & TAR BUILD UP
To prevent bug and tar build up on bumpers, mirrors, & other surfaces on your vehicle simply spray Protection First Class on the surface allow it to stand momentarily to penetrate the surface, then wipe off any excess with a dry cloth. It is safe for chrome, diamond plate, stainless steel, and painted surfaces.
BATTERY TERMINALS AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
To prevent corrosion or interrupted connections, thoroughly clean and dry all contact points and battery terminals, make the connection and apply Protection First Class, covering the entire connection in a protective film.
WHEELS & TIRES
Applying Protection First Class to wheels and tires has several benefits. Protection First Class will shine and protect metals wheels, preventing brake dust build up and protecting against pitting caused by corrosive roadway chemicals. Protection First Class works great as a tire shine and conditioner for your rubber tires too! Apply to the tire sidewall and the wheels, allow to stand momentarily then wipe off with a clean cloth.
TRAILER BALLS & HITCHES
Use Protection First Class on your hitch ball and hitch mounts to prevent rust and corrosion. Protection First Class can keep all picot points, chains, hooks and latches moving freely and operational. Due to the advanced under coating abilities of Protection First Class, it can be used to treat entire metal trailers or trailer frames to prevent rust and corrosion. Be sure to treat your trailers electrical connections to keep them protected year-round.
Discover the Many Uses of PFC
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